Iso and ANSI Ergonomic Standards for Computer Products: A Guide to Implementation and Compliance

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Prentice Hall PTR, 1996 - Computers - 334 pages
If you develop or market computer products, you need to know about emerging national and international ergonomic standards and laws and their impact on product acceptance and sales. Meeting these requirements is essential for developing products that meet customer capabilities and needs and to reduce product liability. This is the first book that consolidates information on these ergonomic requirements and is especially important for product developers. Standards do not exist in a vacuum, so this book also presents legal and scientific underpinnings for ergonomic standards. You'll learn where the standards process is headedand how you can anticipate the future of ergonomic standards. You'll also learn about usability testing and its relationship to standards compliance.

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Contents

Standards and Standards Organizations
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History of Ergonomic Computer
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The United States Situation
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Copyright

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