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This International Standard provides recommendations and guidelines for the user-centred design of software user interfaces for World Wide Web applications (in short: Web user interfaces) to increase usability. Web user interfaces address either all Internet users or closed user groups such as the members of an organisation (intranet), customers and/or suppliers of a company (extranet) or other specific communities of users. The recommendations in this International Standard are focussed on the following aspects of designing Web user interfaces: - high-level design decisions and design strategy; - content design; - navigation and search; - content presentation. The user interface of different types of user agents (such as Web browsers) or additional tools such as Web content authoring systems are not subject of this International Standard, although some guidelines may apply to these systems as well. Web user interfaces may be presented on a personal computer system, a mobile system or some other network-connected device. While the recommendations given in this International Standard apply to a wide range of front-end technologies available, the design of mobile Web interfaces or smart devices may require additional guidance that is not within the scope of this International Standard. Detailed guidance on the technical implementation or on issues of aesthetic or artistic design are outside the scope of this International Standard. ISO 9241 was originally developed as a seventeen part standard on the ergonomics requirements for office work with visual display terminals. As part of the standards review process, a major restructuring of ISO 9241 was agreed to broaden its scope, to incorporate other relevant standards and to make it more usable. The title of the revised ISO 9241 - 'Ergonomics of human-system interaction' - reflects these changes and aligns the standard with the overall title and scope of SC4. The revised multipart standard is structured as a series of standards numbered in 'hundreds' for example the 100 series deals with software interfaces, the 200 series with human centred design, the 300 series with visual displays, the 400 series with physical input devices and with human centred design, the 300 series with visual displays, the 400 series with physical input devices and so on.
|Nederlandse titel||Ergonomische van de mens-systeeminteractie - Deel 151: Richtlijn voor World Wide Web gebruikersinterfaces|
|Engelse titel||Ergonomics of human-system interaction - Part 151: Guidance on World Wide Web user interfaces|