Are Guidelines and Standards for Web Usability Comprehensive?

@inproceedings{Bevan2007AreGA,
  title={Are Guidelines and Standards for Web Usability Comprehensive?},
  author={Nigel Bevan and Lonneke Spinhof},
  booktitle={HCI},
  year={2007}
}
A previous paper compared the 110 guidelines in ISO CD 9241-151 with the 187 guidelines produced by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) and found that 76% of the HHS guidelines and 54% of the ISO guidelines were unique. New versions of both the original 2004 documents were issued in 2006, but 71% of the HHS guidelines and 46% of the ISO guidelines are still unique. Neither set of guidelines is easy to use for an expert review of whether a web site complies with the guidelines… CONTINUE READING

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