ISO is a multi-part standard from the International Organization for Standardization (ISO) ISO ; ISO ; ISO ; ISO ; ISO ; ISO ; ISO ; ISO Abstract. The ISO standard for computer pointing devices proposes an evaluation of performance and comfort . This paper is the first eye tracking. INTERNATIONAL. STANDARD. ISO. First edition. Ergonomic requirements for office work with visual display terminals (VDTs) —. Part 9.
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It provides some guidance on how to use the standard and describes how conformance to parts of ISO should be reported.
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Other expertise needed required user qualification: The methods in 92419- annex are intended for developers, manufacturers, designers and people involved in procurement to evaluate the usability and ergonomic aspects of established or newly developed input devices. Retrieved 22 July The standard covers such devices as the mouse, trackball and other pointing devices, but it does not address voice input.
It also includes a suggestion for a user-based performance test as an alternative way of showing conformance. Retrieved 28 April It is applicable to the following input devices: This standard has been revised by: Of particular interest to the lay computer user are the definitions of flat-panel TV and monitor pixel defects provided in the ISOxx series of standards which renders obsolete ISO This norm costs CHF.
Get free email updates Join our community of UX professionals who get their monthly fix of user experience insights from Userfocus and get free, exclusive access to our reports and eBooks. For choosing the right input devices the norm ISO It specifies methods for determining conformance 2941-9 observation, performance and by measuring the physical attributes of the various devices.
It only includes devices for which there exists sufficient published ergonomic information. The test need to be programmed, which requires some effort. Evaluation methods for the design of 9421-9 input devices, which costs CHF approx.
Design of working environment and human-machine interfaces. Budget panel manufacturers tend to specify their products as Class 1 [ citation needed ].
The Borg-scale can be used separately for different body parts or muscle groups, e. ISOErgonomics of human-system interaction, provides guidance on human-system interaction throughout the life cycle of interactive systems. It gives guidance on the design of these devices, taking into consideration the capabilities and limitations of users, and specifies generic design criteria for physical input devices, as well as specific criteria for each type of device.
Note that this standard does not cover voice input.
The isk specifies the quality of the input device in terms of a performance criterion: International Organization for Standardization. Some premium branded finished product manufacturers have started to specify their products as Class 0 or offer a Class 0 guarantee for an additional premium. With its introduction init revised ISOHuman-centred design for interactive systems. This standard provides guidance on the design of these devices so that the limitations capabilities of users, which are working in a typical office environment, are considered.
The data generated by the users of the norm for the description of the properties of their isl can be applied in the selection of a device adequate for the actual context of use on the basis of the task primitives relevant for the task of the specific user population, and for achieving the required level of efficiency and effectiveness for a given system.
It provides guidance based on ergonomic factors for the following input devices: Views Read Edit View history. Two additional evaluation methods are briefly described, which are under examination for suitability at the time of publishing this norm: If methods for assessing the effectiveness and efficiency are used, these need to be programmed.
This part of ISO applies to several types on non-keyboard input devices designed for stationary use. It measures responses on a 7-point interval scale and can be used for within-group or between-group comparison.
ISO 9241 Part 9: Requirements for non-keyboard input devices
The guideline is of relevance after scope and feasibility are analysed and the decision for building a certain system has been made. Parts and parts 11—19 deal with usability aspects of software, including Part a general set of usability heuristics for the design of different types of dialogue and Part 11 general guidance on the specification and measurement of usability. Between-device comparisons are possible with the ISO standards because the methodology is consistent from one study to the next and thus, performance can be compared to a baseline, such as a traditional optical mouse.
Please help improve this article by adding citations to reliable sources. Init revised ISO It applies to such devices as the mouse, trackball and other pointing devices, but it does not address voice input.
Evaluation methods for effectiveness and efficiency. References Developer and source: Would you like a searchable version of this document on your own computer? Ergonomics, Office machines, Display devices, Office equipment, Computer terminals, Computer peripheral equipment, Working conditions, Computer hardware, input device, mouse, Specifications, Definitions, Visual Display Units, Metrics.
A medium to high level is expected. This page was last edited on 9 Marchat The standard also includes a bibliography with over references. This norm is relevant to evaluate pointing devices in any kind of workstation.