HFES

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Guidelines for Using Anthropometric Data in Product Design Human Factors and Ergonomics Society / 01-Nov-2003 / 82 pages Guidelines for Using Anthropometric Data in Product Design provides a path for the most efficient design of furniture, clothing, tools, or anything that must be used safely, comfortably, and efficiently by taking into account the dimensions of the human body. Anthropometry provides the human dimensional data, and the techniques to properly apply these data may vary in...
$100.00
Human Factors Engineering of Software User Interfaces Human Factors and Ergonomics Society / 2008 / 421 pages The objective of ANSI/HFES 200-2008 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,...
$47.50
American National Standard for Human Factors Engineering of Computer Workstations Human Factors and Ergonomics Society / 01-Nov-2007 / 108 pages ANSI/HFES 100-2007 Human Factors Engineering of Computer Workstations provides specific guidance for the design and installation of computer workstations for a wide variety of users, including displays, input devices, postures (seated, reclined, and standing), illuminance, and furniture. The integration chapter offers guidance regarding how...