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Guidelines for Designing User Interface Software
TLDR
These design guidelines cover six functional areas: data entry, data display, sequence control, user guidance, data transmission, and data protection. Expand
Exploring Compatibility with Words and Pictures
A group of 92 male engineers, with comparison groups of 80 women and 55 human factors specialists, responded to an 18-item questionnaire covering various problems of potentially ambiguousExpand
DESIGN GUIDELINES FOR USER-SYSTEM INTERFACE SOFTWARE
This report offers guidelines for design of user interface software in six functional areas: data entry, data display, sequence control, user guidance, data transmission, and data protection. ThisExpand
Letter Size and Legibility1
The legibility of displayed letters depends upon their size, or more accurately, their subtended visual angle at any viewing distance. Current design standards recommend letter heights in the rangeExpand
Application of guidelines for designing user interface software
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Analysis of questionnaire responses indicates that respondents considered guidelines useful, that they have used guidelines in various stages of design, and that they plan to use guidelines again, but respondents also reported significant problems in the practical application of guidelines. Expand
Authenticating users by word association
Testing word associations, as an extension of simple password entry, may be a practical means of verifying the identity of individual computer users. If each user specifies his/her own cue-responseExpand
The user interface to computer-based information systems: a survey of current software design practice
TLDR
In the design of USI software, survey responses indicate that improvements are needed in requirements definition, design documentation and design guidelines. Expand
Design Guidelines for the User Interface to Computer-Based Information Systems
TLDR
This report revises and enlarges previous compilations of guidelines, and proposes a total of 580 guidelines for design of USI software in six functional areas: data entry, data display, sequence control, user guidance, data transmission, and data protection. Expand
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