The methods for evaluating computer-based systems and products for ease of use by people are described in a new ISO technical report: ISO/TR ABSTRACT. The ISO TR technical report which provides guidance on the use of usability methods is being revised as ISO This paper. ISO Ergonomic requirements for office work with visual display ISO TR Usability methods supporting human centred design.
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This Technical Report therefore addresses technical human-factors and ergonomics isoo only to the extent necessary to allow managers to understand their relevance and importance in the design process as a whole. Nonetheless, all parties involved in human-centred system development, including the end users of systems, should find the guidance in this Technical Report relevant.
Selection of appropriate usability methods should also take account of the relevant life-cycle process. It may be inappropriate for them to be used by individuals without adequate skills and knowledge.