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ANSI/HFES 200-2008

Human Factors Engineering of Software User Interfaces

The objective of HFES 200 is to provide design requirements and recommendations that will increase the accessibility, learnability, and ease of use of software. The ultimate beneficiaries are the end users of software, whose needs motivated the design recommendations in HFES 200. The application of this standard is intended to provide user interfaces that are more usable, accessible, and consistent and that enable greater productivity and satisfaction. Human Factors Engineering of Software User Interfaces consists of five parts: HFES 200.1: Introduction; HFES 200.2: Accessibility; HFES 200.3: Interaction Techniques; HFES 200.4: Interactive Voice Response; HFES 200.5: Visual Presentation and Use of Color.

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