Standard Name Year Organization ID# Description Model/assessment technique/measuring method Ergonomics Software/Hardware Accessibility Design Information/Communication Technology Individualization for Each User User Interface/Usability Areas of Visual Interaction(TV's or Visual Displays) Physical Input(mice/keyboards/etc) Tactile/Haptic Interactions Office Equipment Education,e-learning,training Icons/Symbols for Communication Devices Areas of Auditory Interaction (Audio Guides, Public Announcement/Warning Volume or Intensity) Mental Workload Requirements Work Place Everyday Products Web Content Telecommunications Equipment Building Accessibility Alternative Formats/Forms Assistive Technology Design Manual Handling Biometric Bathroom Design Packaging  Machine Safety Wireless Communication Apps Computer Posture Healthcare Link
  High-level standards focused on accessibility                                                                        
1 Accessible Use Quality 2005 Germany/DIN DIN TR 124 *   X                                                           Link
2 Human Factors (HF); Inclusive eServices for all; Background analysis of future interaction technologies and supporting information 2010 EU/ETSI ETSI TR 102 849 It explains the focus of EG 202 848 [i.1] on 'atomic' user interaction technologies as opposed to higher-level user interaction concepts, illustrates the application of the user interaction technology roadmaps identified in
EG 202 848 [i.1], and explains the approach for assessing accessibility issues of forthcoming user interaction technologies.
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3 Human Factors (HF); Guidelines for ICT products and services; "Design for All" 2009 EU/ETSI ETSI EG 202 116 The present document gives guidance to Information and Communication Technology (ICT) product and service designers on Human Factors issues, good Human Factors design practice, and relevant international and national standards. In particular, it aims to help designers to maximize the level of usability of products and services by providing a comprehensive set of Human Factors design guidelines.   X                                                           Link
4 Human Factors; Inclusive eServices for all: Optimizing the accessibility and the use of upcoming user-interaction technologies 2011 EU/ETSI ETSI EG 202 848 The document identifies provisions that have to be made in order to ensure that forthcoming interaction technologies deployed in devices and services will be usable by all users including older people and/or people with disabilities.   X   X                                                       Link
5 Guidelines for standards developers to address the needs of older persons and persons with disabilities 2003 JAPAN/JIS JIS Z 8071 This Guide provides guidance to writers of relevant Standards on how to take into account the needs of older persons and persons with disabilities. This Guide applies to products, services and environments encountered in all as- pects of daily life and intended for the consumer market and the workplace.   X                                                           Link
6 Provisions to support the access to information technologies for the disabled 2004 Italy/Federal Law Stanca Act The Stanca Act states that the government protects each person’s right to access all sources of information and services independent of disability. The law clarifies and extends the rights of disabled to access public services via the Internet in line with the principles of equality established in Article 3 of the Italian Constitution.       X                                                       Link
7 Recommendation Guidelines to Improve Accessibility for the Disabled and the Elderly to the IT services/IT products 2002 Korea/MIC Korea Guidelines *       X                                                        
8 Nordic Guidelines for Computer Accessibility 1998 Nordic Council of Ministers Nordic Guidelines It describes a set of accessibility features of a personal computer system, which facilitate access and use by people within the widest possible range of capabilities.       X                                                 X     Link
9 Section 508 of the US Rehabilitation Act 1998 USA/Federal Law US 508 The Section 508 Standards are part of the Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR) and address access for people with physical, sensory, or cognitive disabilities.  They contain technical criteria specific to various types of technologies and performance-based requirements which focus on functional capabilities of covered products.       X                         X                             Link
10 Guidelines for standards developers to address the needs of older persons and persons with disabilities 2001 ISO/IEC Guide 71 This Guide provides guidance to writers of relevant International Standards on how to take into account the needs of older persons and persons with disabilities. X                                                             Link
11 Ergonomics data and guidelines for the application of ISO/IEC Guide 71 to products and services to address the needs of older persons and persons with disabilities 2008 ISO/TR 22411  It provides ergonomics data and knowledge about human abilities — sensory, physical and cognitive — and allergies, as well as guidance on the accessible design of products, services and environments. X X                                                            
12 Information technology -- Accessibility considerations for people with disabilities -- Part 2: Standards inventory 2009 ISO/IEC  TR 29138-2 Identifies a collection of documents (which it refers to as standards even though they encompass more than traditional ISO and ISO/IEC standards) that provides guidance on meeting the needs of people with disabilities.       X                                                       Link
13 Standard for Cognitive Technology - Volume 1: Universal Criteria for Cognitively Inclusive Technologies 2015 BSR/RESNA CT-1-201x *                                                                
14 Information technology -- Accessibility considerations for people with disabilities -- Part 3: Guidance on user needs mapping 2009 ISO/IEC  TR 29138-3 Provides guidance on the mapping of the set of user needs with the provisions of a particular standard, technical report, or set of guidelines. X     X   X                                                   Link
  High-level standards containing some accessibility provisions                                                                        
15 Human Factors (HF); Usability evaluation for the design of telecommunication systems, services and terminals 2000 EU/ETSI ETSI EG 201 472 The present document gives guidance on usability evaluation methods and procedures, with special emphasis on its application within the framework of the Human-Centred Design Process.       X   X                                                   Link
  High-level standards enabling accessibility                                                                        
16 Spatial orientation and direction of movement — Ergonomic requirements 2008 ISO TC159/SC4 ISO 1503 Sets out design principles, procedures, requirements and recommendations for the spatial orientation and direction of movement of controls and displays used in tool machines, industrial robots, office machines, earth‑moving machinery, transportation (automobiles, railway electric cars/rolling stock, aircraft, ships, etc.), information, daily commodities, public utilities and the operational components of building facilities.   X                                                           Link
17 Ergonomic principles in the design of work systems 2004 ISO TC159/SC1 ISO 6385 Establishes the fundamental principles of ergonomics as basic guidelines for the design of work systems and defines relevant basic terms.   X               X         X                                 Link
18 Ergonomics — General approach, principles and concepts 2011 ISO TC159/SC1 ISO 26800 Presents the general ergonomics approach and specifies basic ergonomics principles and concepts.   X                                                           Link
  Hardware-oriented / equipment-oriented standards focused on accessibility                                                                        
19 Information technology — Office equipment accessibility guidelines for elderly persons and persons with disabilities 2008 ISO/IEC JTC1 SC 28 ISO/IEC 10779 Specifies accessibility guidelines to be considered when planning, developing and designing electrophotographic copying machines, page printers and multi-function devices.       X           X                                           Link
20 Integrated circuit cards — Enhanced terminal accessibility using cardholder preference interface 2011 ISO/IEC JTC1 SC 17 ISO/IEC 12905 Specifies a set of data elements to be personalized into an integrated circuit card, encoding cardholder preferences.       X                                     X                 Link
21 Information technology — User interfaces — Accessibility of personal computer hardware 2012 ISO/IEC JTC1 SC 35 ISO/IEC 29136 Provides requirements and recommendations for the accessibility of personal computer hardware, to be used when planning, developing, designing and distributing these computers.     X X   X                                                   Link
22 Information technology — Interoperability with assistive technology (AT) — Part 1: Requirements and recommendations for interoperability 2011 ISO/IEC JTC1 SC 35 ISO/IEC 13066-1 Interoperability involves the ability to use assistive technology (AT) to add to or augment existing components of information technology (IT) systems.        X                                                       Link
23 Audio, video and multimedia systems and equipment activities and considerations related to accessibility and usability 2010 IEC TC 100 IEC/TR 62678 Provides information on accessibility and usability terms, activities, completed and ongoing standards, technical reports, projects, and specifies user needs that may or may not apply to audio, video and multimedia systems and equipment.           X X           X                 x                   Link
24 American National Standard Methods of Measurement of Compatibility between Wireless Communication Devices and Hearing Aids 2011 USA/ANSI/IEEE IEEE/ANSI C.63.19-2011 *                                   X                 X         Link
25 Human Factors (HF); Telecommunications keypads and keyboards; Tactile identifiers 1998 EU/ETSI ETSI ES 201 381 The present document specifies the form, dimension and location of tactile identifiers on telecommunications keypads and keyboards.               X X                 X                           Link
26 Human Factors (HF); User Interfaces; Character repertoires, orderings and assignments to the 12-key telephone keypad (for European languages and other languages used in Europe) 2007 EU/ETSI ETSI ES 202 130 The present document applies to the 12-key keypad provided in hardware form (e.g. as push button keys) or software form (e.g. as soft keys on a visual display) of public or private, fixed or mobile network terminals.           X   X                                               Link
27 Human Factors (HF); Telephone Prepayment Cards; Tactile Identifier 1997 EU/ETSI ETSI ETS 300 767 This tactile identifier standard is meant to facilitate the correct orientation and insertion of telephone prepayment cards and SIMs in the card-operated terminals, especially for people who are blind and visually impaired, but also for older people, minors and other users       X         X                                             Link
28 Human Factors (HF); Symbols to identify telecommunications facilities for the deaf and hard of hearing people 2000 EU/ETSI ETSI EN 301 462 The present document defines symbols to identify telecommunications facilities for deaf and hard of hearing people.                       X           X                           Link
29 Auditory signal 2006 Japan/JBMIA JBMS-71 *                         X                                      
30 Guidelines for all people including elderly and people with disabilities — Marking of tactile dots on consumer products 2000 Japan/JIS JIS S 0011 This Standard specifies the guidelines for marking the tactile symbols on the operating part of various kinds of consumer products (hereafter referred to as "product") with a switch for electric operation in order to improve the controlla- bility for all users including visually handicapped people and elderly people of weakening eyesight.                 X             X                               Link
31 Guidelines for all people including elderly and people with disabilities — Usability of consumer products 2000 Japan/JIS JIS S 0012 This Standal'd specifies the matters to be taken into account as the guide~ lines for the design of the consumer products (hereafter referred to as "product") used by all consumers including visually handicapped people and elderly people of weak- ening eyesight, aiming at improving the controllability of operating part such as electric switches.           X                   X                               Link
32 Guidelines for the elderly and people with disabilities — Auditory signals on consumer products 2011 Japan/JIS JIS S 0013 *                         X     X                               Link
33 Guidelines for the elderly and people with disabilities — Auditory signals on consumer products — Sound pressure levels of signals for the elderly and in noisy conditions 2003 Japan/JIS JIS S 0014 This Standard specifies the auditory signals used as a means of feedback for operations or conditions of consumer products when used by a person with or without visual or auditory impairment.                         X     X                               Link
34 Computer applications for people with disabilities. Computer accessibility requirements. Hardware 2003 Spain/AENOR UNE 139801 *     X                                                         Link
35 Ergonomics -- Accessible design -- Auditory signals for consumer products 2010 ISO  24500 Specifies the auditory signals used as a means of feedback for operations or conditions of consumer products when used by a person with or without visual or auditory impairment.   X                     X     x                               Link
36 Ergonomics -- Accessible design --Tactile dots and bars on consumer products 2011 ISO  24503 specifies requirements for the design of tactile dots and tactile bars for use on consumer products to improve accessibility for everyone, including older persons and persons with disabilities   X             X             x                               Link
37 Information technology -- Office equipment accessibility guidelines for elderly persons and persons with disabilities 2008 ISO/IEC 10779 specifies accessibility guidelines to be considered when planning, developing and designing electrophotographic copying machines, page printers and multi-function devices.        X           X                                            
38 Ergonomics -- Accessible design -- Specification of age-related luminance contrast for coloured light 2010 ISO 24502 Specifies the age-related luminance contrast of any two lights of different colour seen by a person at any age, by taking into account the age-related change of spectral luminous efficiency of the eye.   X         X                           X                     Link
39 Ergonomics -- Accessible design -- Sound pressure levels of spoken announcements for products and public address systems 2014 ISO 24503 Specifies methods to determine an appropriate sound pressure level range for spoken announcements in environments where ambient noise is less than 80 dB.    X                     X               X                     Link
40 Ergonomics -- Accessible design -- Sound pressure levels of auditory signals for consumer products 2010 ISO 24501 Specifies the sound characteristics of auditory guiding signals for persons with seeing impairment and blindness to provide the location and direction information of particular public facilities.   X                     X               X                     Link
41 Part 5: Office equipment – Part 1: Common Guidelines and Part 3   JIS X 8341-3 *     X X           X                                           Link
42 Information technology -- User interfaces -- Accessible user interface for accessibility settings 2009 ISO/IEC 24786 Accessible user interfaces, can help them to operate computers if they are able to adjust accessibility settings prior to use. If this is not possible, some people will not be able to access these devices without help from another party.     X X X X                                                   Link
43 Accessible design -- Application of braille on signage, equipment and appliances 2013 ISO 17049 Specifies the fundamental requirements for braille used on signage, equipment and appliances, including the dimensional parameters of braille and the characteristics of materials used, and the guidelines for practical implementation.   X         X   X                       X                     Link
44 Accessible design -- Consideration and assistive products for accessible meeting 2014 ISO 17069 Specifies considerations to be taken, as well as support and assistive products that can be used when organizing a physical meeting in which older persons and persons with disabilities can actively participate.   X                         X           X                     Link
45 Accessible design -- Information contents, figuration and display methods of tactile guide maps   ISO/DIS 19028 Specifies information contents, figuration and display methods of tactile guide maps providing location information of buildings, including those for the general public, public transport and parks, and also the surroundings in the close vicinity, including access routes to them in order to enable persons with seeing impairment and blindness to move safely and smoothly in those facilities   X         X   X                       X                     Link
46 Guidelines for older persons and persons with disabilities -- Tactile information -- Basic design methods for tactile patterns 2011 JIS S 0052 *   X             X                                             Link
47 Guidelines for older persons and persons with disabilities -- Information presentation using electronic guiding and wayfinding system 2011 JIS T 0901 This Standard specifies the user terminal and the method for information presentation when mainly the user such as an older person and a person with disabilities (hereafter referred to as "user ) moves using the electronic guiding and wayfinding system.       X   X                                                   Link
48 Guidelines for older persons and persons with disabilities -- Auditory guides in public space for mobility assist 2014 JIS T 0902 *                         X                                     Link
49 Guidelines for all people including older persons and persons with disabilities -- methods of displaying braille sign -- Public facility 2006 JIS T 0921 *                 X                                             Link
50 Guidelines for older persons and persons with disabilities -- Information content, shapes and display methods of tactile guide maps 2007 JIS T 0922 *                 X                                             Link
51 Guidelines for older persons and persons with disabilities -- Methods of displaying braille sign -- Consumer products 2009 JIS T 0923 *                 X             X                               Link
52 Guidelines for older persons and persons with disabilities -- Shapes, dimensions and patterns of raised parts of tactile walking surface indicators for persons who are blind or with seeing impairment 2014 JIS T 9251 Specifies the shapes, dimensions and patterns of raised parts of tactile walking surface indicators for blind or vision-impaired persons.                 X                                             Link
53 Guidelines older persons and persons with disabilities -- Shape, colour, and arrangement of toilet operation equipment and appliance in public rest room 2007 JIS S 0026 This Standard the shapes and colours of the toilet operation equipment and appliance (the toilet stool cleaning button and calling button) provided on the sidewall next to the toilet stool and the positions of the said operation equipment and appliance and the paper roller, when either or both the toilet stool cleaningbutton and calling button is/are installed, in public rest rooms (general rest rooms and multi-function rest rooms) that are available to the general public in places such as railway stations, parks, public halls, department stores and offices.   X             X                             X               Link
54 Design principles for communication support board using pictorial symbols 2016 ISO 19027 Specifies basic configurations for communication support boards, which are necessary to facilitate communication       X     X         X                 X                     Link
55 Desktop and portable computers     § 1194.26 Products covered by this section of 508 shall comply with all applicable provisions of this standard. When developing, procuring, maintaining, or using electronic and information technology, each agency shall ensure that the products comply with the applicable provisions of these standards, unless an undue burden would be imposed on the agency.               X X                                       X     Link
56 Guidelines for older persons and persons with disabilities -- Information and communications equipment, software and services -- Part 5: Office Equipment 2010 JIS X8341-5 *     X X   X       X                                           Link
57 Accessible design -- Shape and colour of a flushing button and a call button, and their arrangement with a paper dispenser installed on the wall in public restroom 2015 ISO 19026 Specifies shapes and colours of a flushing button and a call button of lavatory which are installed on the wall and their arrangement with a paper dispenser.                  X                       X     X               Link
58 Video and multimedia products. 2000   § 1194.24 *             X                                                  
59 Information, documentation, and support. 2000   § 1194.41 *       X                               X                        
  Hardware-oriented / equipment-oriented standards enabling accessibility                                                                        
60 Graphical symbols for use on equipment — Registered symbols 2012 ISO TC145/SC3 ISO 7000 Provides a collection of graphical symbols which are placed on equipment or parts of equipment of any kind in order to instruct the person(s) using the equipment as to its operation.                       X                                       Link
61 Ergonomics of human-system interaction — Part 300: Introduction to electronic visual display requirements 2008 ISO TC159/SC4 ISO 9241-300 These requirements are stated as performance specifications, aimed at ensuring effective and comfortable viewing conditions for users with normal or adjusted‑to‑normal eyesight.   X         X                                                 Link
62 Ergonomics of human-system interaction — Part 302: Terminology for electronic visual displays 2008 ISO TC159/SC4 ISO 9241-302 Provides a comprehensive terminology for electronic visual displays and explains the terms and definitions used in the other parts of ISO 9241.   X         X                                                 Link
63 Ergonomics of human-system interaction -- Part 304: User performance test methods for electronic visual displays 2008 ISO TC159/SC4 ISO 9241-304 Provides guidance for assessing the visual ergonomics of display technologies with user performance test methods (as opposed to the optical test methods given in ISO 9241-305).    X         X                                                 Link
64 Ergonomics of human-system interaction — Part 305: Optical laboratory test methods for electronic visual displays 2008 ISO TC159/SC4 ISO 9241-305 Establishes optical test and expert observation methods for use in predicting the performance of a display vis-ΰ-vis the ergonomics requirements given in ISO 9241-303.   X         X                                                 Link
65 Ergonomics of human-system interaction — Part 306: Field assessment methods for electronic visual displays 2008 ISO TC159/SC4 ISO 9241-306 Establishes optical, geometrical and visual inspection methods for the assessment of a display in various contexts of use according to ISO 9241‑303.   X         X                                                 Link
66 Ergonomics of human-system interaction — Part 307: Analysis and compliance test methods for electronic visual displays 2008 ISO TC159/SC4 ISO 9241-307 Establishes test methods for the analysis of a variety of visual display technologies, tasks and environments.    X         X                                                 Link
67 Ergonomics of human-system interaction — Part 308: Surface-conduction electron-emitter displays (SED) 2008 ISO TC159/SC4 ISO/TR 9241-308 This part of ISO 9241 gives guidelines for surface-conduction electron-emitter displays (SED).   X         X                                                 Link
68 Ergonomics of human-system interaction — Part 309: Organic light-emitting diode (OLED) displays 2008 ISO TC159/SC4 ISO/TR 9241-309 Gives guidelines for organic light‑emitting diode (OLED) displays.   X         X                                                 Link
69 Ergonomics of human-system interaction — Part 310: Visibility, aesthetics and ergonomics of pixel defects 2010 ISO TC159/SC4 ISO/TR 9241-310 Provides a summary of existing knowledge on ergonomics requirements for pixel defects in electronic displays at the time of its publication. It also gives guidance on the specification of pixel defects, visibility thresholds and aesthetic requirements for pixel defects.   X         X                                                 Link
70 Ergonomics of human-system interaction — Part 331: Optical characteristics of autostereoscopic displays 2012 ISO TC159/SC4 ISO/TR 9241-331 Establishes an ergonomic point of view for the optical properties of autostereoscopic displays (ASDs), with the aim of reducing visual fatigue caused by stereoscopic images on those displays.   X         X                                                 Link
71 Ergonomics of human-system interaction — Part 410: Design criteria for physical input devices 2008 ISO TC159/SC4 ISO 9241-410 Specifies criteria based on ergonomics factors for the design of physical input devices for interactive systems including keyboards, mice, pucks, joysticks, trackballs, trackpads, tablets and overlays, touch‑sensitive screens, styli and light pens, and voice- and gesture‑controlled devices.    X           X                                               Link
72 Ergonomics of human-system interaction — Part 411: Evaluation methods for the design of physical input devices 2012 ISO TC159/SC4 ISO/TS 9241-411 It provides guidance for the laboratory assessment of conformance with ISO 9241-­410 for keyboards, mice, pucks, joysticks, trackballs, touch pads, tablets/overlays, touch-sensitive screens, and styli/light pens.   X           X                                               Link
73 Ergonomics of human-system interaction — Part 420: Selection of physical input devices 2011 ISO TC159/SC4 ISO 9241-420 Provides guidance for the selection of input devices for interactive systems, based on ergonomic factors, considering the limitations and capabilities of users and the specific tasks and context of use.   X           X                                               Link
74 Ergonomics of human-system interaction — Part 910: Framework for tactile and haptic interactions 2011 ISO TC159/SC4 ISO 9241-910 Provides a framework for understanding and communicating various aspects of tactile/haptic interaction. It defines terms, describes structures and models, and gives explanations related to the other parts of the ISO 9241 "900" subseries.   X             X                                             Link
75 Ergonomic requirements for the design of displays and control actuators — Part 1: Human interactions with displays and control actuators 1999 ISO TC159/SC4 ISO 9355-1 It specifies general principles for human interaction with displays and control actuators, to minimize operator errors and to ensure an efficient interaction between the operator and the equipment.    X       X                                                   Link
76 Ergonomic requirements for the design of displays and control actuators — Part 2: Displays 1999 ISO TC159/SC4 ISO 9355-2 Gives guidance on the selection, design and location of displays to avoid potential ergonomic hazards associated with their use. It specifies ergonomics requirements and covers visual, audible and tactile displays.   X         X                                                 Link
77 Ergonomic requirements for the design of displays and control actuators — Part 3: Control actuators 2006 ISO TC159/SC4 ISO 9355-3 Gives ergonomic requirements for, and guidance on, the selection, design and location of control actuators adapted to the needs of the operator, suitable for the control task in question and taking account of the circumstances of their use.   X                                                           Link
78 Information technology — Keyboard layouts for text and office systems — Part 1: General principles governing keyboard layouts 2009 ISO/IEC JTC1/SC35 ISO/IEC 9995-1 Identifies the sections of the keyboard and specifies the general shape and relative placement of the sections. Spacing of keys and physical characteristics are covered, as are the principles governing the placement of characters and symbols on keys.        X       X   X         X                                 Link
79 Information technology — Keyboard layouts for text and office systems — Part 2: Alphanumeric section 2009 ISO/IEC JTC1/SC35 ISO/IEC 9995-2 Specifies the alphanumeric section of a keyboard and the division of that section into zones; the arrangement, the number, and the location of the keys in the alphanumeric zone ZA0 of the alphanumeric section; and the layout and allocation of several control functions to the keys in the function zones of the alphanumeric section.       X       X   X         X                                 Link
80 Information technology — Keyboard layouts for text and office systems — Part 3: Complementary layouts of the alphanumeric zone of the alphanumeric section 2010 ISO/IEC JTC1/SC35 ISO/IEC 9995-3 Defines the allocation on a keyboard of a set of graphic characters.        X       X   X         X                                 Link
81 Information technology — Keyboard layouts for text and office systems — Part 4: Numeric section 2009 ISO/IEC JTC1/SC35 ISO/IEC 9995-4 Specifies the numeric section of a keyboard and the division of that section into zones. It specifies the arrangement, the number, and the location of the keys in the numeric zone ZN0 and in the function zones ZN1 to ZN6 of the numeric section, as well as the allocation of functions to the keys.       X       X   X         X                                 Link
82 Information technology — Keyboard layouts for text and office systems — Part 5: Editing and function section 2009 ISO/IEC JTC1/SC35 ISO/IEC 9995-5 Specifies the editing and function section and the division of that section into zones. It also specifies the cursor key zone (ZEF0) and the allocation of functions to its keys. Further, it specifies the arrangement, the number, and the location of the keys in the editing and function zone (ZEF1), as well as guidelines for the allocation of functions to the keys.       X       X   X         X                                 Link
83 Information technology — Keyboard layouts for text and office systems — Part 7: Symbols used to represent functions 2009 ISO/IEC JTC1/SC35 ISO/IEC 9995-7 Defines symbols for functions found on any type of numeric, alphanumeric or composite keyboards. Each of these symbols is intended to be considered as universal and non-language related equivalent of names for the function they represent.       X       X   X   X     X                                 Link
84 Information technology — Keyboard layouts for text and office systems — Part 8: Allocation of letters to the keys of a numeric keypad 2008 ISO/IEC JTC1/SC35 ISO/IEC 9995-8 Specifies the allocation of letters to the keys of the numeric zone ZN0 of a keyboard which has the ten digits zero to nine allocated in the "1-2-3" layout.        X       X   X         X                                 Link
85 Information technology — Keyboard layouts for text and office systems — Part 9: Multilingual-usage, multiscript keyboard group layouts 2011 ISO/IEC JTC1/SC35 ISO/IEC 9995-9 Defines the functionality of dead keys and repertoires of characters entered by dead keys.       X       X   X         X                                 Link
86 Information technology — Keyboard layouts for text and office systems — Part 10: Conventional symbols and methods to represent graphic characters not uniquely recognizable by their glyph on keyboards and in documentation 2012 ISO/IEC JTC1/SC35 ISO/IEC 9995-10 Describes conventional symbols and methods to represent graphic characters not uniquely recognizable by their glyph on keyboards and in documentation.       X       X   X   X     X                                 Link
87 Information technology — Generic coding of moving pictures and associated audio information: Systems 2007 ISO/IEC JTC1/SC29 ISO/IEC 13818-1 Specifies the system layer of the coding. It was developed principally to support the combination of the video and audio coding methods defined in Parts 2 and 3 of ISO/IEC 13818. The system layer supports six basic functions.       X     X           X                                     Link
88 Collection of graphical symbols for office equipment 2004 ISO/IEC JTC1/SC35 ISO/IEC 13251 Is a bilingual standard (English/French). It provides a certain number of graphical symbols that are typically used on office equipment such as computers, printers, telephones and copying machines.                   X   X                                       Link
89 Information technology — Pen-Based Interfaces — Common gestures for Text Editing with Pen-Based Systems 1999 ISO/IEC JTC1/SC35 ISO/IEC 14754 Defines the basic gesture commands for text editing with pen-based systems and defines the user actions required to have the system execute these commands. The feedback to the user when a gesture command has been correctly recognized is also defined.        X   X   X       X                                       Link
90 Information technology — Input methods to enter characters from the repertoire of ISO/IEC 10646 with a keyboard or other input device 1997 ISO/IEC JTC1/SC35 ISO/IEC 14755 Defines methods that allow entry of characters belonging to the repertoire of single and multi-octet coding standards such as ISO/IEC 10646 in a code independent manner using a keyboard or other input/output devices.       X       X                                               Link
91 Information technology — Segmented keyboard layouts 1999 ISO/IEC JTC1/SC35 ISO/IEC 15411 Defines the differing requirements necessary when considering the various types of segmented keyboards. The scope of this International Standard encompasses the three-dimensional layout of segmented, traditional style keyboards.       X       X                                               Link
92 Information technology — Portable computer keyboard layouts 1999 ISO/IEC JTC1/SC35 ISO/IEC 15412 Gives design guidance for product designers; this International Standard indicates those requirements and recommendations contained in ISO/IEC 9995 and ISO 9241-4:1998 that are to be considered in designing portable computers keyboards.       X       X                                               Link
93 Information technology — Future keyboards and other associated input devices and related entry methods 2016 ISO/IEC JTC1/SC35 ISO/IEC/TR 15440 This Technical Report is aimed at both the users and manufacturers and intends to present the user requirements regarding keyboards and associated devices and methods, at the time of publication of this technical report.       X       X                                               Link
94 Information technology — Multimedia content description interface — Part 5: Multimedia description schemes 2003 ISO/IEC JTC1/SC29 ISO/IEC 15938-5 Specifies a metadata system for describing multimedia content.        X   X                                                   Link
95 Information technology — Multimedia framework (MPEG-21) — Part 7: Digital Item Adaptation 2007 ISO/IEC JTC1/SC29 ISO/IEC 21000-7 Specifies the syntax and semantics of tools that may be used to assist the adaptation of Digital Items, i.e. the Digital Item Declaration and resources referenced by the declaration.       X   X                                                   Link
96 Information technology — Keyboard interaction model — Machine-readable keyboard description 2008 ISO/IEC JTC1/SC35 ISO/IEC 24757 Provides a formal description format that can not only fully describe the international keyboards standards, but also the capabilities of keyboards on the current and future marketplace and their functioning with corresponding operating systems.        X       X                                               Link
97 IEEE Standard for User Interface Elements in Power Control of Electronic Devices Employed in Office/Consumer Environments 2004 IEEE IEEE 1621 This standard covers the user interface for the power status control of electronic devices that ordinary people commonly interact with in their work and home lives, including, but not limited to, office equipment and consumer electronics.           X                 X                                 Link
98 Specification for keyboard allocation of graphic characters for data processing 1994 UK/BSI BS 4822 *               X                                               Link
99 Canadian Keyboard Standard for English and French Languages 2011 Canada/CSA CSA Z243.200-92 (R2011) This Standard specifies requirements for keyboards to be used throughout Canada for word, information, and data-processing applications.               X                                               Link
100 Keyboards for data and text input — Part 1: German keyboard layout; Text in German and English 2012 Germany/DIN DIN 2137-1 This standard contains requirements which are not nationally specific for the German keyboard layout of keyboards for data and text input.               X                                               Link
101 Keyboards for data and text input — Part 2: Additional requirements; Text in German and English 2012 Germany/DIN DIN 2137-2 *               X                                               Link
102 Human Factors (HF); Human factors issues in Multimedia Information Retrieval Services (MIRS) 1998 EU/ETSI ETSI EG 201 103 The present document focuses on the principles that are important for navigation in Multimedia Information Retrieval Services (MIRS) from both a functional and implementation point of view. The scope is limited to those services which can be accessed through a telecommunications network, as opposed to those locally accessed (e.g., from the local computer disk unit).           X                                                   Link
103 Office Machines and Supplies — Alphanumeric Machines — Keyboard Arrangement (formerly ANSI X3-154:1988, (R1999)) 1999 USA/INCITS INCITS 154 Describes the arrangement of the 48 basic keys on the keyboard and the uppercase and lowercase characters that appear on the keys. The character assignments are divided into five application areas, in recognition of the different graphic character requirements of each application.               X   X                                           Link
104 Ergonomics of human-system interaction -- Part 303: Requirements for electronic visual displays 2008 ISO 9241-303 Establishes image-quality requirements, as well as providing guidelines, for electronic visual displays.   X         X                                                 Link
105 Ergonomics of human--system interaction -- Part 400: Principles and requirements for physical input devices 2007 ISO 9241-400 It provides guidance based on ergonomic factors for the following input devices: keyboards, mice, pucks, joysticks, trackballs, trackpads, tablets and overlays, touch sensitive screens, styli, light pens, voice controlled devices, and gesture controlled devices.   X           X                                               Link
106 Ergonomics of human-system interaction -- Part 920: Guidance on tactile and haptic interactions 2009 ISO 9241-920 It provides guidance on the design and evaluation of hardware, software, and combinations of hardware and software interactions, including: the design/use of tactile/haptic inputs, outputs, and/or combinations of inputs and outputs, with general guidance on their design/use as well as on designing/using combinations of tactile and haptic interactions for use in combination with other modalities or as the exclusive mode of interaction; the tactile/haptic encoding of information, including textual data, graphical data and controls; the design of tactile/haptic objects, the layout of tactile/haptic space; interaction techniques.   X             X                                             Link
107 Information technology -- Keyboard layouts for text and office systems 2009 ISO/IEC 9995-(1-10) Defines a framework for the layout of all alphanumeric and numeric keyboards across the widest spectrum of today's and upcoming applications using keyboards.       X   X   X                                               Link
108 Guidelines for older persons and persons with disabilities -- Considerations and apparatuses for accessible meetings 2010 JIS S 0042 *   X                         X                                 Link
109 Ergonomic requirements for office work with visual display terminals (VDTs) — Part 1: General introduction 1997 ISO TC159/SC4 ISO 9241-1 This standard introduces the multipart standard on ergonomic requirements for the use of visual display terminals for office tasks; provides guidelines for a user-performance approach;gives an overview of all parts of ISO 9241 currently published and of the anticipated content of those in preparation;provides some guidance on how to use ISO 9241;describes how conformance to ISO 9241 should be reported.   X         X     X         X                                 Link
110 Ergonomic requirements for office work with visual display terminals (VDTs) — Part 2: Guidance on task requirements 1992 ISO TC159/SC4 ISO 9241-2 Guidance is relevant to both the organization implementing the system and the people using the equipment and should be applied in accordance with local, regional or national agreements and regulations.    X         X     X         X                                 Link
111 Ergonomic requirements for office work with visual display terminals (VDTs) — Part 11: Guidance on usability 1998 ISO TC159/SC4 ISO 9241-11  Defines usability and explains how to identify the information which is necessary to take into account when specifying or evaluating usability of a visual display terminal in terms of measures of user performance and satisfaction. Guidance is given on how to describe the context of use of the product (hardware, software or service) and the relevant measures of usability in an explicit way   X       X X     X         X                                 Link
  Software-oriented standards focused on accessibility                                                                        
112 Ergonomics of human-system interaction — Part 392: Ergonomic requirements for the reduction of visual fatigue from stereoscopic images Under Development ISO TC159/SC4 ISO 9241-392 Establishes recommendations for reducing the potential visual discomfort and visual fatigue experienced during viewing of stereoscopic images under defined viewing conditions.   X         X                                                 Link
113 Information technology — Interoperability with assistive technology (AT) — Part 1: Requirements and recommendations for interoperability 2011 ISO/IEC JTC1/SC35 ISO/IEC 13066-1 It formalizes the layered architecture of hardware-to-hardware, hardware-to-software, and software-to-software connections that have long been implicit in the IT definitions of ISO/IEC JTC 1.       X                                 X                     Link
114 Information technology — Interoperability with assistive technology (AT) — Part 2: Windows accessibility application programming interface (API) 2012 ISO/IEC JTC1/SC35 ISO/IEC/TR 13066-2 Specifies services provided in the Microsoft Windows platform to enable assistive technologies (AT) to interact with other software.      X X   X                             X                     Link
115 Information technology — Interoperability with assistive technology (AT) — Part 3: IAccessible2 accessibility application programming interface (API) 2012 ISO/IEC JTC1/SC35 ISO/IEC/TR 13066-3 Provides an overview to the structure and terminology of the IAccessible2 accessibility API.     X X   X                             X                     Link
116 Information technology — Interoperability with assistive technology (AT) — Part 4: Linux / UNIX graphical environments accessibility application programming interface (API) 2012 ISO/IEC JTC1/SC35 ISO/IEC/TR 13066-4 Provides an overview to the structure and terminology of the Linux/UNIX graphical environments accessibility API.     X X   X                             X                     Link
117 Information technology — Interoperability with assistive technology (AT) — Part 6: Java accessibility application programming interface (API) 2012 ISO/IEC JTC1/SC35 ISO/IEC/TR 13066-6 Provides an overview to the structure and terminology of the Java accessibility application programming interface (API).      X X   X                             X                     Link
118 Information technology — Guidelines, methodology and reference criteria for cultural and linguistic adaptability in information technology products 2005 ISO/IEC JTC1/SC35 ISO/IEC/TR 19764 Defines a methodology and a guided check-list for evaluation of cultural adaptability in software, hardware and other IT products.        X                                                       Link
119 Information technology — Survey of icons and symbols that provide access to functions and facilities to improve the use of information technology products by the elderly and persons with disabilities 2007 ISO/IEC JTC1/SC35 ISO/IEC/TR 19765 Presents icons and symbols currently used to provide access to facilities and tools to support the needs of elderly and disabled users of information technology (IT) products, and could form the basis of a future International Standard which would provide a recommended collection of icons and symbols.       X   X           X                                       Link
120 Information technology -- Guidelines for the design of icons and symbols accessible to all users, including the elderly and persons with disabilities 2007 ISO/IEC  TR 19766 Provides recommendations relating to the design of icons to support accessibility by the elderly and people with disabilities. These recommendations assist accessible implementation of all icons for users.        X   X           X                                       Link
121 Information technology — User interface component accessibility — Part 11: Guidance for alternative text for images 2012 ISO/IEC JTC1/SC35 ISO/IEC/TS 20071-11 Applies to all static images that are used in any type of electronic document. It also applies to individual images within a slide show of electronic images.       X   X           X                                       Link
122 Information technology -- User interface component accessibility -- Part 21: Guidance on audio descriptions 2015 ISO/IEC 20071-21 Provides recommendations for describing audiovisual content in an auditory modality for use in recorded video presentations, broadcast television, cinema, live or recorded drama, museum and art gallery exhibits, heritage tours, news, and comedies, regardless of the language and technology being used to transmit and present the recorded or live audiovisual content.       X x X             X x                                   Link
123 Authoring Tool Accessibility Guidelines 1.0 2000 W3C/WAI ATAG 1.0 Provides guidelines for Web authoring tool developers. Its purpose is two-fold: to assist developers in designing authoring tools that produce accessible Web content and to assist developers in creating an accessible authoring interface.                                 X                             Link
124 Authoring Tool Accessibility Guidelines 2.0 2015 W3C/WAI ATAG 2.0 Provides guidelines for designing web content authoring tools that are both more accessible to authors with disabilities (Part A) and designed to enable, support, and promote the production of more accessible web content by all authors (Part B).                                  X                             Link
125 User Agent Accessibility Guidelines 2015 W3C/WAI UAAG 2.0 Guides developers in designing user agents that make the web more accessible to people with disabilities. User agents include browsers, browser extensions, media players, readers and other applications that render web content.            X                     X                             Link
126 ANSI/HFES 200: Human Factors Engineering of Software User Interfaces — Part 2: Accessibility 2008 USA/HFES 200 ANSI/HFES 200.2 Provides recommendations on features and functions of computer operating systems, drivers, application services, other software layers on which applications depend, and applications that increase the accessibility of applications for users with disabilities.     X     X                                                   Link
127 Human Factors (HF); User Interfaces; Generic spoken command vocabulary for ICT devices and services 2009 EU/ETSI ETSI ES 202 076 The present document specifies a minimum set of spoken commands required to control the generic and most common functions of ICT devices and services that use speaker independent speech recognition.       X   X                                                   Link
128 Guidelines for older persons and persons with disabilities — Information and communications equipment, software and services — Part 2: Information processing equipment 2004 Japan/JIS ETSI ES 202 432 The present document defines symbols to identify the availability of access services applicable to a range of ICT devices.     X X                                                       Link
129 Software Accessibility Guidelines 1.0 2006 Korea/TTA TTAS.KO-10.0213 This standard displays how to make accessible software for elderly and disabled people. Especially, it will help application programs, operating systems and assistive technology developers.     X                                                         Link
130 Korean User Agent Accessibility Guidelines 1.0 2006 Korea/TTA TTAS.OT-10.0073 This standard states requirements of designing accessible user agents. This standard consists of 12 guidelines, that is 'Support input and output device-independence', 'Ensure user access to all content', 'Allow configuration not to render some content that may reduce accessibility', 'Ensure user control of rendering', 'Ensure user control of user interface behavior', 'Implement interoperable application programming interfaces', 'Observe operating environment conventions', 'Implement specifications that benefit accessibility', 'Provide navigation mechanisms', 'Orient the user', 'Allow configuration and customization' and 'Provide accessible user agent documentation and help'.           X                                                   Link
131 Korean Authoring Tools Accessibility Guidelines 1.0 2006 Korea/TTA TTAS.OT-10.0074 This Standard provides guidelines for Web authoring tool developers. Authoring tools can enable, encourage, and assist users in the creation of accessible Web content through prompts, alerts, checking and repair functions, help files and automated tools.                                  X                             Link
132 Computer applications for people with disabilities. Computer accessibility requirements. Software 2009 Spain/AENOR UNE 139802 *     X X   X                                           X        
133 Ergonomics of human-system interaction -- Part 171: Guidance on software accessibility 2008 ISO 9241-171 Provides ergonomics guidance and specifications for the design of accessible software for use at work, in the home, in education and in public places.   X X                                                         Link
134 Ergonomics of human-system interaction -- Part 20: Accessibility guidelines for information/communication technology (ICT) equipment and services 2008 ISO 9241-20 It provides guidelines for improving the accessibility of ICT equipment and services such that they will have wider accessibility for use at work, in the home, and in mobile and public environments.   X   X                                                       Link
135 Software applications and operating systems     § 1194.21 Products covered by this section of 508 shall comply with all applicable provisions of this standard. When developing, procuring, maintaining, or using electronic and information technology, each agency shall ensure that the products comply with the applicable provisions of these standards, unless an undue burden would be imposed on the agency.     X                                                         Link
136 Systems and software engineering -- Engineering and management of websites for systems, software, and services information 2015 ISO/IEC/IEEE 23026 defines system engineering and management requirements for the life cycle of websites, including strategy, design, engineering, testing and validation, and management and sustainment for Intranet and Extranet environments.     X   x   x                   X                             Link
  Software-oriented standards containing some accessibility provisions                                                                        
137 Information technology — User interface icons — Part 10: Framework and general guidance 2010 ISO/IEC JTC1/SC35 ISO/IEC 11581-10 Provides guidance for developers and designers creating and/or using icons and provides a basis for the standardization of icons.        X   X           X                                       Link
  Software-oriented standards enabling accessibility                                                                        
138 Ergonomic requirements for office work with visual display terminals (VDTs) — Part 12: Presentation of information 1998 ISO TC159/SC4 ISO 9241-12 Contains recommendations on how to present visual information on screens so that users can easily perform “perceptual tasks” (such as searching for information on the screen).    X         X     X                                           Link
139 Ergonomic requirements for office work with visual display terminals (VDTs) — Part 13: User guidance 1998 ISO TC159/SC4 ISO 9241-13 User guidance as covered by this part of ISO 9241 includes recommendations specific to prompts, feedback and status, error management and on-line help as well as general recommendations common to all these types of user guidance.   X       X X     X                                           Link
140 Ergonomic requirements for office work with visual display terminals (VDTs) — Part 14: Menu dialogues 1997 ISO TC159/SC4 ISO 9241-14 Provides conditional recommendations for menus used in user-computer dialogues to accomplish typical office tasks. The recommendations cover menus presented by various techniques including windowing, panels, buttons, fields, etc. These recommendations can be utilized throughout the design process    X         X     X                                           Link
141 Ergonomic requirements for office work with visual display terminals (VDTs) — Part 15: Command dialogues 1997 ISO TC159/SC4 ISO 9241-15 Provides recommendations for command dialogues used to accomplish typical office tasks using visual display terminals (VDTs).   X         X     X                                           Link
142 Ergonomic requirements for office work with visual display terminals (VDTs) — Part 16: Direct manipulation dialogues 1999 ISO TC159/SC4 ISO 9241-16 Provides guidance on the design of direct manipulation dialogues. In direct manipulation dialogues the user directly acts on objects on the screen; for example, by pointing at them, moving them and/or changing their physical characteristics (or values) via the use of an input device.    X         X     X                                           Link
143 Ergonomics of human-system interaction — Part 110: Dialogue principles 2006 ISO TC159/SC4 ISO 9241-110 Sets forth ergonomic design principles formulated in general terms (i.e. presented without reference to situations of use, application, environment or technology) and provides a framework for applying those principles to the analysis, design and evaluation of interactive systems.   X       X                                                   Link
144 Ergonomics of human-system interaction — Part 143: Forms 2012 ISO TC159/SC4 ISO 9241-143  Provides requirements and recommendations for the design and evaluation of forms — in which the user fills-in, selects entries for, or modifies labelled fields on, a “form” or dialogue box presented by the system.   X       X                             x                     Link
145 Ergonomics of human-system interaction — Part 151: Guidance on World Wide Web user interfaces 2008 ISO TC159/SC4 ISO 9241-151 Provides guidance on the human-centred design of software Web user interfaces with the aim of increasing usability.    X       X                       x                           Link
146 Ergonomics of human-system interaction — Part 161: User-interface elements Under Development ISO TC159/SC4 ISO 9241-161 Describes visual user-interface elements presented by software and provides requirements and recommendations on when and how to use them.   X       X                                                   Link
147 Ergonomics of human-system interaction — Part 910: Framework for tactile and haptic interactions 2011 ISO TC159/SC4 ISO 9241-910 Provides a framework for understanding and communicating various aspects of tactile/haptic interaction.    X       X     X                                             Link
148 Ergonomics of human-system interaction — Part 920: Guidance on tactile and haptic interactions 2009 ISO TC159/SC4 ISO 9241-920 It provides guidance on the design and evaluation of hardware, software, and combinations of hardware and software interactions, including: the design/use of tactile/haptic inputs, outputs, and/or combinations of inputs and outputs, with general guidance on their design/use as well as on designing/using combinations of tactile and haptic interactions for use in combination with other modalities or as the exclusive mode of interaction; the tactile/haptic encoding of information, including textual data, graphical data and controls; the design of tactile/haptic objects, the layout of tactile/haptic space; interaction techniques.   X       X     X                                             Link
149 Information technology — User system interfaces — Dialogue interaction — Part 1: Cursor control for text editing 1995 ISO/IEC JTC1/SC35 ISO/IEC 10741-1 Information technology — User system interfaces — Dialogue interaction — Part 1: Cursor control for text editing       X   X   X                                               Link
150 Information technology — Framework for describing user interface objects, actions and attributes 2007 ISO/IEC JTC1/SC35 ISO/IEC/TR 11580 It provides a basis for standardizing the names and properties of user interface objects, actions and attributes across multiple applications and platforms.       X   X                                                   Link
151 Information technology — User interface icons — Part 1: Introduction to and overview of icon standards 2011 ISO/IEC JTC1/SC35 ISO/IEC/TR 11581-1  Introduces the ISO/IEC 11581 series and provides developers and other icon standards users with an overview of currently available and future anticipated icon standards.       X   X           X                                       Link
152 Information technology — User system interfaces and symbols — Icon symbols and functions — Part 2: Object icons 2000 ISO/IEC JTC1/SC35 ISO/IEC 11581-2 Applies to icons that are shown on a screen, that users can manipulate and interact with, and that represent data, or computer system functions. This part of ISO/IEC 11581 addresses only object icons.        X   X           X                                       Link
153 Information technology — User system interfaces and symbols — Icon symbols and functions — Part 3: Pointer icons 2000 ISO/IEC JTC1/SC35 ISO/IEC 11581-3 Applies to icons that are shown on a screen, that users can manipulate and interact with, and that represent data or computer system functions. This part of ISO/IEC 11581 addresses only pointer icons       X   X           X                                       Link
154 Information technology — User system interfaces and symbols — Icon symbols and functions — Part 5: Tool icons 2004 ISO/IEC JTC1/SC35 ISO/IEC 11581-5 Defines graphical symbols for use on a screen, which users can manipulate and interact with.       X   X           X                                       Link
155 Information technology — User system interfaces and symbols — Icon symbols and functions — Part 6: Action icons 1999 ISO/IEC JTC1/SC35 ISO/IEC 11581-6  Applies to icons that are shown on a screen, that users can manipulate and interact with, and that represent data or computer system functions. This part of ISO/IEC 11581 addresses only action icons.       X   X           X                                       Link
156 Information technology — User interface icons — Part 40: Management of icon registration 2011 ISO/IEC JTC1/SC35 ISO/IEC 11581-40 Defines supplementary procedural information, requirements and criteria that apply to a collection of icon standards published as a web-accessible icon database.       X   X           X                                       Link
157 Information technology — User interface icons — Part 41: Data structure to be used by the ISO/IEC JTC 1/SC 35 icon database 2012 ISO/IEC JTC1/SC35 ISO/IEC/TS 11581-41 Provides guidance for developers and designers creating and/or using icons and provides a basis for the standardization of icons       X   X           X                                       Link
158 Information technology — Pen-Based Interfaces — Common gestures for Text Editing with Pen-Based Systems 1999 ISO/IEC JTC1/SC35 ISO/IEC 14754 This International Standard defines the basic gesture commands for text editing with pen-based systems and defines the user actions required to have the system execute these commands.       X       X   X                                           Link
159 Software ergonomics for multimedia user interfaces — Part 1: Design principles and framework 2002 ISO TC159/SC4 ISO 14915-1 Establishes design principles for multimedia user interfaces and provides a framework for handling the different considerations involved in their design. It addresses user interfaces for applications that incorporate, integrate and synchronize different media.   X X     X                                                   Link
160 Software ergonomics for multimedia user interfaces — Part 2: Multimedia navigation and control 2003 ISO TC159/SC4 ISO 14915-2 Provides recommendations and requirements for the design of multimedia user interfaces with respect to the following aspects: design of the organization of the content, navigation and media-control issues.   X X     X                                                   Link
161 Software ergonomics for multimedia user interfaces — Part 3: Media selection and combination 2002 ISO TC159/SC4 ISO 14915-3 Gives recommendations for, and guidance on, the design, selection and combination of interactive user interfaces that integrate and synchronize different media.    X X     X                                                   Link
162 Information technology — User interfaces guidelines on menu navigation — Part 2: Navigation with 4-direction devices 2012 ISO/IEC JTC1/SC35 ISO/IEC 17549-2 Gives guidelines on the design of navigation methods for selection menus with use of a 4-direction device. A 4-direction key is an example of a 4-direction device.        X   X                                                   Link
163 Information technology — User interfaces for mobile tools for management of database communications in a client-server model 2002 ISO/IEC JTC1/SC35 ISO/IEC 18021 This International Standard defines user interface functions for management of database communication of an МВТ client capable of interchanging data with an МВТ server.       X   X                                                   Link
164 Information technology — Icon symbols and functions for controlling multimedia software applications 2003 ISO/IEC JTC1/SC35 ISO/IEC 18035 Defines a consistent set of icons and related functions that are represented by multimedia applications on a computer screen and that users interact with to control such applications. It describes controls applying to such functions as: Play, Pause, Stop, Rewind, Scan forward, Scan backward, Replay backward, Loop, Go to beginning, Go to previous, Go to next, Go to end, Set volume and Mute.       X               X                                       Link
165 Information technology — Icon symbols and functions for World Wide Web browser toolbars 2003 ISO/IEC JTC1/SC35 ISO/IEC 18036 Defines a consistent set of icons and related functions that are represented by World Wide Web browser applications on a computer screen and that users interact with to control such applications.        X               X         X                             Link
166 Information technology — Cultural and linguistic interoperability — Definitions and relationship between symbols, icons, animated icons, pictograms, characters and glyphs 2012 ISO/IEC JTC1/SC35 ISO/IEC/TR 20007 Dlearly defines each term related to ISO and IEC symbology in a single document and harmonizes difference of use and possible correspondence between different objects covering these concepts.       X               X                                       Link
167 Information technology — Icon symbols and functions for multimedia link attributes 2006 ISO/IEC JTC1/SC35 ISO/IEC 24738 Defines a consistent set of icon symbols and related attributes that are presented on a computer screen and with which users interact to decide whether or not to take the associated link.        X               X                                       Link
168 Information technology — Keyboard interaction model — Machine-readable keyboard description 2008 ISO/IEC JTC1/SC35 ISO/IEC 24757 It describes possible interactions between keys of a keyboard and standardizes the keyboard description so that it is machine-readable while staying relatively easy to interpret by human beings.       X       X                                               Link
169 Worldwide-available personalized computing environment 2012 ISO/IEC JTC1/SC35 ISO/IEC/TR 30109 Describes methods to enable access to a personal computing environment via the Internet, with a culturally and linguistically convenient and uniform personal user interface, on different types of hardware.                                                           x   Link
170 Information technology — Gesture-based interface — Navigation gestures common between mice, touch pads, touch screens, tablets and similar devices — Part 1: Framework 2012 ISO/IEC JTC1/SC35 ISO/IEC 30113-1 Defines a framework and guidelines for gesture-based interfaces across devices and methods in supporting interoperability.       X       X                                               Link
171 Information technology — Gesture-based interface — Navigation gestures common between mice, touch pads, touch screens, tablets and similar devices — Part 2: Mouse gestures 2012 ISO/IEC JTC1/SC35 ISO/IEC 30113-2 *       X       X                                                
172 Information technology — User interfaces — Principal voice commands — Part 1: Framework and general guidance 2012 ISO/IEC JTC1/SC35 ISO/IEC 30122-1 *       X   X             X                                      
173 Information technology — User interfaces — Principal voice commands — Part 4: Management of voice command registration 2012 ISO/IEC JTC1/SC35 ISO/IEC 30122-4 *       X   X             X                                      
174 Human Factors (HF); User Interfaces; Generic spoken command vocabulary for ICT devices and services 2009 ETSI ETSI ES 202 076 The present document specifies a minimum set of spoken commands required to control the generic and most common functions of ICT devices and services that use speaker independent speech recognition.   X X     X             X                                     Link
175 HFES 200: Human Factors Engineering of Software User Interfaces — Part 1: Introduction 2008 USA/HFES 200 ANSI/HFES 200.1 Introduction provides an overview of the content, explains relationships among the individual parts, and provides guidance on the relevance of individual parts to the development process so that designers may understand where and when to use the parts.   X X                                                         Link
176 HFES 200: Human Factors Engineering of Software User Interfaces — Part 2: Accessibility 2008 USA/HFES 200 ANSI/HFES 200.2 Accessibility provides recommendations on features and functions of computer operating systems, drivers, application services, other software layers on which applications depend, and applications that increase the accessibility of applications for users with disabilities.    X X                                                         Link
177 HFES 200: Human Factors Engineering of Software User Interfaces — Part 3: Interaction Techniques 2008 USA/HFES 200 ANSI/HFES 200.3 Interaction Techniques incorporates material from ISO 9241 Parts 13 through 17 and is compatible with those ISO standards.   X X                                                         Link
178 Ergonomics of human-system interaction -- Part 129: Guidance on software individualization 2010 ISO 9241-129 It focuses on individualization of the software user interface to support the needs of users as individuals or as members of a defined group.   X X   X X                                                   Link
  Content-oriented standards focused on accessibility                                                                        
179 Document management applications — Electronic document file format enhancement for accessibility — Part 1: Use of ISO 32000-1 (PDF/UA-1) 2014 ISO TC171/SC2 ISO 14289-1 This part of ISO 14289 specifies the use of ISO 32000-1:2008 to produce accessible electronic documents.                                       X                       Link
180 Information technology — User interfaces — Procedures for registration of cultural elements 2011 ISO/IEC JTC1/SC35 ISO/IEC 15897 Specifies the information that can appear in a Cultural Specification and defines the procedures for registering such specifications.        X   X                                                   Link
181 Ergonomics — Accessible design — Colour combination for younger and older people Under development SO TC159/SC5 ISO 17630 Provides a method for creating conspicuous colour combinations for use in visual signs and displays taking into account viewer age. It is based on the perceived similarity of colours at photopic and mesopic lighting conditions.   X                                     X                     Link
182 Information technology for learning, education and training — Language accessibility and human interface equivalencies (HIEs) in e-learning applications — Part 1: Framework and reference model for semantic interoperability 2012 ISO/IEC JTC1/SC36 ISO/IEC 20016-1 States the principles, rules and metadata elements for specifying language accessibility and Human Interface Equivalents (HIEs) in e-learning environments.       X             X   X                                     Link
183 Information technology — Multimedia framework (MPEG-21) — Part 7: Digital Item Adaptation 2007 ISO/IEC JTC1/SC29 ISO/IEC 21000-7 Specifies the syntax and semantics of tools that may be used to assist the adaptation of Digital Items, i.e. the Digital Item Declaration and resources referenced by the declaration.        X                                                       Link
184 Information technology — Specification methods for cultural conventions 2012 ISO/IEC JTC1/SC35 ISO/IEC/TR 30112 Specifies description formats and functionality for the specification of cultural conventions, description formats for character sets, and description formats for binding character names to ISO/IEC 10646, plus a set of default values for some of these items.   X   X                                                       Link
185 Information technology — W3C Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2.0 2012 ISO/IEC JTC1 ISO/IEC 40500 Covers a wide range of recommendations for making Web content more accessible.        X                         X                             Link
186 Web-based intranet and internet information and applications. 2000   § 1194.22 *                                 X                              
187 Multimedia systems and equipment — Multimedia e‑publishing and e-books technologies — Texture map for auditory presentation of printed texts 2012 IEC TC 100/TA 10 IEC 62665 These specifications enable the interchange of documents and publications between visually impaired and non-impaired people.                 X       X             X                       Link
188 Video Quality for sign language and lip reading 1999 ITU-T ITU-T H. Sup. 1 This application profile for sign language and lip-reading, lists the characteristics required of a video communication system for person-to-person conversation, using sign language and lip-reading, with or without audible speech.             X                                                 Link
189 Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 1.0 1999 W3C/WAI WCAG 1.0 These guidelines explain how to make Web content accessible to people with disabilities. The guidelines are intended for all Web content developers (page authors and site designers) and for developers of authoring tools.                                  X                             Link
190 Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 2.0 2008 W3C/WAI WCAG 2.0 Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2.0 covers a wide range of recommendations for making Web content more accessible. Updated from 1.0                                 X                             Link
191 Information technology -- W3C Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2.0 2012 ISO/IEC 40500 covers a wide range of recommendations for making Web content more accessible.       X   X                     X                             Link
192 Guidelines for making information accessible through sign language on the web 2003 EU/CEN CWA 14835 The present document gives guidance on how to add sign language on the web. The prime target audience of this document are web-masters.                                  X     X                       Link
193 Internet Web Contents Accessibility Guideline 2005 Korea/MIC KICS.OT-10.0003 This standard contains how to make websites accessible in order to people with disabilities can use internet appropriately.                                 X                             Link
194 Computer applications for people with disabilities. Web content accessibility requirements 2004 AENOR UNE 139803 *                                 X                     X       Link
195 Guidance on the use of the Spanish Sign Language on computer networks 2007 AENOR UNE 139804 *                                 X                             Link
  Content-oriented standards containing some accessibility provisions                                                                        
196 Information technology — Business Operational View — Part 7: eBusiness vocabulary 2009 ISO/IEC JTC1/SC32 ISO/IEC 15944-7 Provides the rules, guidelines and procedures governing the formation of definitions for concepts relevant to eBusiness and choice of terms as a single, harmonized and integrated controlled vocabulary.      X                       X                                 Link
197 Information technology — Dynamic adaptive streaming over HTTP (DASH) — Part 1: Media presentation description and segment formats 2012 ISO/IEC JTC1/SC29 ISO/IEC 23009-1 Primarily specifies formats for the Media Presentation Description and Segments for dynamic adaptive streaming delivery of MPEG media over HTTP. It is applicable to streaming services over the Internet.     X       X                                                 Link
  8.1 Management/development-oriented standards focused on accessibility                                                                        
198 Design management systems. Managing inclusive design. Guide 2005 UK/BSI BS 7000-6 This standard provides a strategic framework and associated processes by which business executives and design practitioners can understand and respond to the needs of diverse users. X                                       X                     Link
199 Web accessibility. Code of practice 2010 BSI BS 8878 Outlines a framework for web accessibility when designing or commissioning web products.                                 X                             Link
  Management/development-oriented standards containing some accessibility provisions                                                                        
200 Ergonomics of human system interaction — Part 210: Human-centred design for interactive systems 2010 ISO TC159/SC4 ISO 9241-210 Provides requirements and recommendations for human-centred design principles and activities throughout the life cycle of computer-based interactive systems.   X       X                                                   Link
  Management/development-oriented standards enabling accessibility                                                                        
201 Ergonomics of human-system interaction — Part 304: User performance test methods for electronic visual displays 2008 ISO TC159/SC4 ISO 9241-304 Provides guidance for assessing the visual ergonomics of display technologies with user performance test methods (as opposed to the optical test methods given in ISO 9241-305).   X       X X                                                 Link
202 Ergonomics of human-system interaction — Part 305: Optical laboratory test methods for electronic visual displays 2008 ISO TC159/SC4 ISO 9241-305 Establishes optical test and expert observation methods for use in predicting the performance of a display vis-ΰ-vis the ergonomics requirements given in ISO 9241-303. X X         X                                                 Link
203 Ergonomics of human-system interaction — Part 306: Field assessment methods for electronic visual displays 2008 ISO TC159/SC4 ISO 9241-306 Establishes optical, geometrical and visual inspection methods for the assessment of a display in various contexts of use according to ISO 9241‑303. X X         X                                                 Link
204 Ergonomics of human-system interaction — Part 307: Analysis and compliance test methods for electronic visual displays 2008 ISO TC159/SC4 ISO 9241-307 Establishes test methods for the analysis of a variety of visual display technologies, tasks and environments.  X X         X                                                 Link
205 Ergonomics of human system interaction — Part 391: Requirements, analysis and compliance test methods for the reduction of photosensitive seizures 2012 ISO TC159/SC4 ISO 9241-391 Provides requirements and recommendations for reducing photosensitive seizures (PSS), while viewing images on electronic displays. X X                                                           Link
206 Ergonomics of human-system interaction — Part 920: Framework for tactile and haptic interaction 2011 ISO TC159/SC4 ISO 9241-910 Provides a framework for understanding and communicating various aspects of tactile/haptic interaction. It defines terms, describes structures and models, and gives explanations related to the other parts of the ISO 9241 “900” subseries.    X             X                                             Link
207 Ergonomics of human-system interaction — Part 940: Evaluation of tactile and haptic interactions 2012 ISO TC159/SC4 ISO 9241-940 * X X             X                                             Link
208 Ergonomics of human-system interaction — Part 960: Framework and guidance for gesture interactions Under Development ISO TC159/SC4 ISO 9241-960 *   X       X                                                   Link
209 Information technology — User interface icons — Part 40: Management of icon registration 2011 ISO/IEC JTC1/SC35 ISO/IEC 11581-40 Defines supplementary procedural information, requirements and criteria that apply to a collection of icon standards published as a web-accessible icon database.        X   X           X                                       Link
210 Systems and software engineering — Software life cycle processes 2008 ISO/IEC JTC1/SC7 ISO/IEC 12207 Establishes a common framework for software life cycle processes, with well-defined terminology, that can be referenced by the software industry.     X                                                         Link
211 Systems and software engineering — System life cycle processes 2008 ISO/IEC JTC1/SC7 ISO/IEC 15288 Establishes a common framework of process descriptions for describing the life cycle of systems created by humans.      X                                                         Link
212 Systems and software engineering — Content of life-cycle information products (documentation) 2011 ISO/IEC JTC1/SC7 ISO/IEC/IEEE 15289 Provides requirements for identifying and planning the specific information items (information products, documentation) to be developed and revised during systems and software life cycles and service processes.     X                                                         Link
213 Ergonomics of human-system interaction — Usability methods supporting human-centred design 2002 ISO TC159/SC4 ISO/TR 16982  Provides information on human-centred usability methods which can be used for design and evaluation. It details the advantages, disadvantages and other factors relevant to using each usability method.   X       X                                                   Link
214 Ergonomics of human-system interaction — Specification for the process assessment of human-system issues 2010 ISO TC159/SC4 ISO/TS 18152 Presents a human-systems (HS) model for use in ISO/IEC 15504-conformant assessment of the maturity of an organization in performing the processes that make a system usable, healthy and safe.   X       X                                                   Link
215 Ergonomics — Ergonomics of human-system interaction — Human-centred lifecycle process descriptions 2000 ISO TC159/SC4 ISO/TR 18529 This contains a formalised model based on the human-centred processes described in ISO 13407, Human-centred design processes for interactive systems.    X       X                                                   Link
216 Ease of operation of everyday products — Part 2: Test method for walk-up-and-use products 2006 ISO TC159/SC1 ISO/TS 20282-2 Specifies a test method for measuring the ease of operation of "walk-up-and-use" products.    X       X                   X                               Link
217 Ease of operation of everyday products - Part 3: Test method for consumer products 2007 ISO/PAS  20282-3 Specifies a test method for measuring the ease of operation of consumer products. X         X                   X                               Link
218 Ease of operation of everyday products -- Part 1: Design requirements for context of use and user characteristics 2006 ISO 20282-1 Provides requirements and recommendations for the design of easy-to-operate everyday products, where ease of operation addresses a subset of the concept of usability concerned with the user interface by taking account of the relevant user characteristics and the context of use.   X       X                   X                               Link
219 Systems and software engineering — Systems and software product Quality Requirements and Evaluation (SQuaRE) — Common Industry Format (CIF) for usability — General framework for usability-related information 2010 ISO/IEC JTC1/SC7 ISO/IEC/TR 25060 It provides a general overview of the CIF framework and contents, definitions, and the relationship of the framework elements.     X     X                                                   Link
220 Software engineering — Software product Quality Requirements and Evaluation (SQuaRE) — Common Industry Format (CIF) for usability test reports 2006 ISO/IEC JTC1/SC7 ISO/IEC 25062 Provides a standard method for reporting usability test findings. The format is designed for reporting results of formal usability tests in which quantitative measurements were collected, and is particularly appropriate for summative/comparative testing.      X     X                                                   Link
221 Systems and software engineering — Systems and software product Quality Requirements and Evaluation (SQuaRE) — Common Industry Format (CIF) for usability: Context of use description 2012 SO TC159/SC4 and ISO/IEC JTC1/SC7 ISO/IEC 25063 Describes the Common Industry Format (CIF) for context of use descriptions and specifies the contents of both high-level and detailed descriptions of the context of use for an existing, intended, implemented or deployed system.      X     X                                                   Link
222 Systems and software engineering — Software product Quality Requirements and Evaluation (SQuaRE) — Common Industry Format (CIF) for usability: User needs report 2012 ISO TC159/SC4 and ISO/IEC JTC1/SC7 ISO/IEC 25064 Describes the Common Industry Format (CIF) for user needs reports, and provides specifications for their contents and format, including the content elements to be provided.      X     X                                                   Link
  User capabilities-oriented standards focused on accessibility                                                                        
223 Information technology — Individualized adaptability and accessibility in e-learning, education and training — Part 1: Framework and reference model 2008 ISO/IEC JTC1/SC36 ISO/IEC 24751-1 Provides a common framework to describe and specify learner needs and preferences on the one hand and the corresponding description of the digital learning resources on the other hand, so that individual learner preferences and needs can be matched with the appropriate user interface tools and digital learning resources.       X X           X                                         Link
224 Information technology — Taxonomy of cultural and linguistic adaptability user requirements 2009 ISO/IEC JTC1/SC35 ISO/IEC/TR 24785 Defines a taxonomy describing the various elements of cultural and linguistic adaptability user requirements for use in a computer environment.       X   X                                                   Link
225 Human Factors (HF); Personalization and User Profile Management; User Profile Preferences and Information 2010 ETSI ETSI ES 202 746 The present document defines an architectural framework supporting the personalization and user profile management concepts described in EG 202 325 [i.1]. The present document addresses issues related to network requirements, functions and procedures. It also covers User Profile security and privacy issues.         X X                                                   Link
226 Universal Communications Identifier (UCI); Using UCI to enhance communications for disabled, young and elderly people 2004 EU/ETSI ETSI EG 202 301 The present document presents recommendations that address the issues identified in TR 103 073 [7] which identified communications issues experienced by people with disabilities, elderly people and young people up to 12 years of age.       X                                                       Link
227 Human Factors (HF); Personalization and User Profile Management; User Profile Preferences and Information 2010 EU/ETSI ETSI ES 202 746 The present document specifies a set of user profile preference and information settings for deployment in ICT services and devices for use by ICT users and suppliers.         X X                                                   Link
228 Guidelines for all people including elderly and people with disabilities — Marking of tactile dots on consumer products 2000 Japan/JIS JIS S 0011 *                 X             X                               Link
229 Guidelines for all people including elderly and people with disabilities — Usability of consumer products 2000 Japan/JIS JIS S 0012 *           X                   X                               Link
230 Guidelines for older persons and persons with disabilities — Auditory signals for consumer products 2011 Japan/JIS JIS S 0013 *                         X     X                               Link
231 Guidelines for the elderly and people with disabilities — Visual signs and displays — Specification of age-related relative luminance and its use in assessment of light 2004 Japan/JIS JIS S 0031 *             X                                                 Link
232 Guidelines for the elderly and people with disabilities — Visual signs and displays — Estimation of minimum legible size for a Japanese single character 2003 Japan/JIS JIS S 0032 *             X                                                 Link
233 Guidelines for the elderly and people with disabilities — Visual signs and displays — A method for colour combinations based on categories of fundamental colours as a function of age 2006 Japan/JIS JIS S 0033 *             X                                                 Link
234 Information technology -- Framework for specifying a common access profile (CAP) of needs and capabilities of users, systems, and their environments 2009 ISO/IEC 24756 Defines a framework for specifying a common access profile (CAP) of needs and capabilities of users, computing systems, and their environments, including access supported by assistive technologies. It provides a basis for identifying and dealing with accessibility issues in a standardized manner across multiple platforms.      X X   X                                                   Link
235 Information technology -- Individualized adaptability and accessibility in e-learning, education and training -- Part 2: "Access for all" personal needs and preferences for digital delivery 2008 ISO/IEC 24751-2 Provides a common information model for describing the learner or user needs and preferences when accessing digitally delivered resources or services.        X X X         X                                         Link
236 Information technology -- Individualized adaptability and accessibility in e-learning, education and training -- Part 3: "Access for all" digital resource description 2008 ISO/IEC  24751-3 Provides a common language for describing digital learning resources to facilitate matching of those resources to learners' accessibility needs and preferences.       X X X         X                                          
237 Ergonomic principles related to mental workload -- Part 3: Principles and requirements concerning methods for measuring and assessing mental workload 2004 ISO 10075-3 Provides information for choosing appropriate methods and provides information on aspects of assessing and measuring mental workload to improve communication among the parties involved. X X                       X X                                 Link
238 Information technology -- Accessibility considerations for people with disabilities -- Part 1: User needs summary 2009 ISO/IEC TR 29138-1 Identifies a collection of user needs of people with disabilities for standards developers to take into consideration when developing or revising their standards.        X   X                                                   Link
239 Information technology — Business Operational View — Part 7: eBusiness vocabulary 2009 ISO/IEC JTC1/SC32 ISO/IEC 15944-7 Provides the rules, guidelines and procedures governing the formation of definitions for concepts relevant to eBusiness and choice of terms as a single, harmonized and integrated controlled vocabulary.        X                     X                                 Link
240 Information technology — Biometrics — Jurisdictional and societal considerations for commercial applications — Part 1: General guidance 2008 ISO/IEC JTC1/SC37 ISO/IEC/TR 24714-1 Gives guidelines for the stages in the life cycle of a system's biometric and associated elements.       X                                     X                 Link
241 Information Technology -- Biometrics -- Guide on designing accessible and inclusive biometric systems 2015 ISO/IEC 29194 Provides guidance for biometric system design and procurement to handle the range of accessibility and usability issues.       X                                     X                 Link
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242 Basic human body measurements for technological design — Part 1: Body measurement definitions and landmarks 2008 ISO TC159/SC3 ISO 7250-1 It is intended to serve as a guide for ergonomists who are required to define population groups and apply their knowledge to the geometric design of the places where people work and live. X                                                             Link
243 Basic human body measurements for technological design — Part 2: Statistical summaries of body measurements from national populations 2010 ISO TC159/SC3 ISO/TR 7250-2 Provides statistical summaries of body measurements together with database background information for working age people in the national populations of individual ISO member bodies. X                                                             Link
244 Ergonomic principles related to mental workload — Part 2: Design principles 1996 ISO TC159/SC1 ISO 10075-2 Gives guidance on the design of work systems, including task and equipment and design of the workplace, as well as working conditions. Relates to the adequate design of work and use of human capacities.   X                       X                                   Link
245 Ergonomics — Evaluation of static working postures 2000 ISO TC159/SC3 ISO 11226 t specifies recommended limits for static working postures without any or only with minimal external force exertion, while taking into account body angles and time aspects.   X                                                         x Link
246 Ergonomics — Manual handling — Part 1: Lifting and carrying 2003 ISO TC159/SC3 ISO 11228-1 Specifies recommended limits for manual lifting and carrying while taking into account, respectively, the intensity, the frequency and the duration of the task.    X                                       X                   Link
247 Ergonomics — Manual handling — Part 2: Pushing and pulling 2007 ISO TC159/SC3 ISO 11228-2 Gives the recommended limits for whole-body pushing and pulling. It provides guidance on the assessment of risk factors considered important to manual pushing and pulling, allowing the health risks for the working population to be evaluated.    X                                       X                   Link
248 Ergonomics — Manual handling — Part 3: Handling of low loads at high frequency 2007 ISO TC159/SC3 ISO 11228-3 Establishes ergonomic recommendations for repetitive work tasks involving the manual handling of low loads at high frequency.   X                                       X                   Link
249 Safety of machinery — Anthropometric requirements for the design of workstations at machinery 2002 ISO TC159/SC3 ISO 14738  Establishes principles for deriving dimensions from anthropometric measurements and applying them to the design of workstations at non-mobile machinery.                                                   X           Link
250 Safety of machinery -- Emergency stop function -- Principles for design 2015 ISO 13850 Standard specifies functional requirements and design principles for the emergency stop function on machinery, independent of the type of energy used.                                                   X           Link
251 Safety of machinery -- Minimum gaps to avoid crushing of parts of the human body 1996 ISO 13854 The purpose is to enable the user (e.g. standard makers, designers of machinery) to avoid hazards from crushing zones. Specifies minimum gaps relative to parts of the human body.                                                    X           Link
252 Safety of machinery -- Positioning of safeguards with respect to the approach speeds of parts of the human body 2010 ISO 13855 Establishes the positioning of safeguards with respect to the approach speeds of parts of the human body.                                                   X           Link
253 Safety of machinery -- Safety distances to prevent hazard zones being reached by upper and lower limbs 2008 ISO 13857 Establishes values for safety distances in both industrial and non-industrial environments to prevent machinery hazard zones being reached.                                                    X           Link
254 Safety of machinery -- Guards -- General requirements for the design and construction of fixed and movable guards 2015 ISO 14120 Specifies general requirements for the design, construction, and selection of guards provided to protect persons from mechanical hazards.                                                   X           Link
255 Safety of machinery -- Permanent means of access to machinery -- Part 2: Working platforms and walkways 2001 ISO 14122-2 Gives requirements for non-powered working platforms and walkways which are a part of a stationary machine, and to the non-powered adjustable parts (e.g. foldable, sliding) and movable parts of those fixed means of access.                                                   X           Link
256 Safety of machinery -- Permanent means of access to machinery -- Part 3: Stairs, stepladders and guard-rails 2001 ISO 14122-3 Gives requirements for non-powered stairs, stepladders and guard-rails which are a part of a stationary machine, and to the non-powered adjustable parts (e.g. foldable, slidable) and movable parts of those fixed means of access.                                                   X           Link
257 Safety of machinery -- Permanent means of access to machinery -- Part 4: Fixed ladders 2004 ISO 14122-4 The purpose of this standard is to define the general requirements for safe access to machines mentioned in EN ISO 12100-2. EN ISO 14122-1 gives advice about the correct choice of access means when the necessary access to the machine is not possible directly from the ground level or from a floor.                                                   X           Link
258 Passenger cars -- Lateral spacing of foot controls 1975 ISO 3409 Establishes required characteristics concerning the positions and distances necessary to ensure sufficient lateral spacing for the operation of controls.    X             X             X                       x       Link
259 Passenger cars -- Driver hand-control reach 1996 ISO 3958 Specifies the boundaries of hand-reach of passenger car hand-control locations that can be reached by different proportions of male and female driver populations.    X             X             X                       x       Link
260 Ergonomic design for the safety of machinery — Part 1: Principles for determining the dimensions required for openings for whole-body access into machinery 2000 ISO TC159/SC3 ISO 15534-1 This part of ISO 15534 specifies the dimensions of openings for whole-body access into machinery as defined in ISO/TR 12100-1. This part of ISO 15534 has been prepared primarily for non-mobile machinery; there may be additional specific requirements for mobile machinery.   X                                               X           Link
261 Ergonomic design for the safety of machinery — Part 2: Principles for determining the dimensions required for access openings 2000 ISO TC159/SC3 ISO 15534-2 This part of ISO 15534 specifies the dimensions of openings for access into machinery as defined in ISO/TR 12100-1.    X                                               X           Link
262 Ergonomic design for the safety of machinery — Part 3: Anthropometric data 2000 ISO TC159/SC3 ISO 15534-3 This part of ISO 15534 specifies current requirements for human body measurements (anthropometric data) that are required by ISO 15534-1 and ISO 15534-2 for the calculation of access-opening dimensions as applied to machinery.   X                                               X           Link
263 Ergonomics — Computer manikins and body templates — Part 1: General requirements 2005 ISO TC159/SC3 ISO 15536-1 Establishes the general requirements for the design and development of computer manikins, body templates and manikin systems.    X                                                     X     Link
264 Ergonomics — Computer manikins and body templates — Part 2: Verification of functions and validation of dimensions for computer manikin systems 2007 ISO TC159/SC3 ISO 15536-2 Establishes the requirements for the verification of the functions and validation of dimensions of computer manikins.   X                                                     X     Link
265 Human Factors (HF); User Interfaces; Guidelines for generic user interface elements for mobile terminals and services 2004 EU/ETSI ETSI EG 202 132 The present document aims at simplifying end-user access to information and communication services from mobile telecommunication terminals.           X                       X                           Link
266 Human Factors (HF); Multimodal interaction, communication and navigation guidelines 2003 EU/ETSI ETSI EG 202 191 The present document aims at simplifying end-user access to information and communication services from mobile telecommunication terminals.       X                                                       Link
267 Ergonomic principles related to mental work-load -- General terms and definitions 1991 ISO  10075 This Standard represents an extension of ISO 6385, Subclauses 3.7 to 3.9, describing terms and definitions in more detail.    X                       X                                   Link
268 Road vehicles -- Location of hand controls, indicators and tell-tales in motor vehicles 2009 ISO 4040 Specifies the location of controls in motor vehicles by subdividing the space within reach of drivers into specific zones, to which certain controls are essential to the safe operation of vehicles.   X             X             X                       x       Link
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269 Ergonomics of the thermal environment — Application of International Standards to people with special requirements 2005 ISO TC159/SC5 ISO/TS 14415 provides background information on the thermal responses and needs of groups of persons with special requirements so that International Standards concerned with the assessment of the thermal environment can be appropriately applied for their benefit.   X                                                           Link
270 Building construction — Accessibility and usability of the built environment 2011 ISO TC 59/SC 16 ISO 21542 Specifies a range of requirements and recommendations for many of the elements of construction, assemblies, components and fittings which comprise the built environment.                                      X                         Link
271 Ergonomics — Accessible design — Specification of age-related luminance contrast for coloured light 2010 ISO TC159/SC5 ISO 24502 Specifies the age-related luminance contrast of any two lights of different colour seen by a person at any age, by taking into account the age-related change of spectral luminous efficiency of the eye.   X         X                           X                     Link
272 Ergonomics — Accessible design — Sound pressure levels of spoken announcements for products and public address systems 2012 ISO TC159/SC5 ISO 24504 Specifies methods to determine an appropriate sound pressure level range for spoken announcements in environments where ambient noise is less than 80 dB.    X                     X               X                     Link
273 Ergonomics of the physical environment — Assessment of environments by means of an environmental survey involving physical measurements of the environment and subjective responses of people 2012 ISO TC159/SC5 ISO 28802 This International Standard provides an environmental survey method for the assessment of the comfort and well-being of occupants of indoor and outdoor environments.   X                                                           Link
274 Ergonomics of the physical environment — Application of International Standards to people with special requirements 2012 ISO TC159/SC5 ISO 28803 This International Standard describes how International Standards concerned with the ergonomics of the physical environment can be applied for people with special requirements, who would otherwise be considered to be beyond the scope of those standards.   X                                                           Link
275 Accessible design for the built environment 2012 Canada/CSA CSA B651-12 This revised standard contains the technical requirements for making buildings and other facilities accessible to persons with a range of physical, sensory or cognitive disabilities, and was developed to fulfill an expressed need for a national technical standard that covers many different types of buildings and environmental facilities.                                     X   X                     Link
276 Guidelines for the elderly and people with disabilities — Auditory signals on consumer products — Sound pressure levels of signals for the elderly and in noisy conditions 2003 Japan/JIS JIS S 0014 *                         X                                     Link
277 Guidelines for older persons and persons with disabilities — Information presentation using electronic guiding and wayfinding system 2011 Japan/JIS JIS T 0901 *       X                                                       Link
278 Guidelines for older persons and persons with disabilities -- Housing doors and windows -- Metal fittings 2010 JIS TS A 0027 *   X                                                           Link
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279 Ergonomics — Danger signals for public and work areas — Auditory danger signals 2003 ISO TC159/SC5 ISO TC159/SC5 This International Standard specifies the physical principles of design, ergonomic requirements and the corresponding test methods for danger signals for public and work areas in the signal reception area and gives guidelines for the design of the signals.   X                     X                                     Link
280 Accessible design -- Auditory guiding signals in public facilities 2016 ISO 19029 Specifies the sound characteristics of auditory guiding signals for persons with seeing impairment and blindness to provide the location and direction information of particular public facilities.    X                     X               X                     Link
281 Ergonomic requirements for office work with visual display terminals (VDTs) — Part 5: Workstation layout and postural requirements 1998 ISO TC159/SC4 ISO 9241-5 This part of ISO 9241 specifies ergonomic guiding principles which apply to the user requirements, design, and procurement of workstation equipment for office tasks using VDTs.   X         X               X                                 Link
282 Ergonomic requirements for office work with visual display terminals (VDTs) — Part 6: Guidance on the work environment 1999 ISO TC159/SC4 ISO 9241-6 This part of ISO 9241 provides guidance on basic principles for the ergonomic design of the work environment and the workstation, taking into account lighting, effects of noise and mechanical vibrations, electrical and magnetic fields and static electricity, thermal environment, space organization and workplace layout.   X         X               X                                 Link
283 Ergonomics — Assessment of speech communication 2003 ISO TC159/SC5 ISO 9921 Specifies the requirements for the performance of speech communication for verbal alert and danger signals, information messages, and speech communication in general.    X                     X                                     Link
284 Ergonomics — Visual danger signals — General requirements, design and testing 1996 ISO TC159/SC5 ISO 11428 Describes criteria for the perception of visual danger signals in the area in which people are intended to perceive and to react to such a signal.   X         X                                                 Link
285 Ergonomics — System of auditory and visual danger and information signals 1996 ISO TC159/SC5 ISO 11429 This International Standard is applicable to all danger and information signals which have to be clearly perceived and differentiated as specified in ISO/TR 12100-2:1992, 5.3, by other requirements or by the work situation, and to all degrees of urgency — from extreme urgency to an ALL CLEAR situation. Where visual signals are to be complementary to sound signals, the signal character is specified for both.   X         X           X                                     Link
286 Technical aids for persons with disability -- Environmental control systems for daily living 2006 ISO 16201 Specifies functional and technical requirements and test methods for environmental control systems intended for use to alleviate or compensate for a disability.                                X         X                     Link
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287 User Requirements for the Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) in Support of Deaf, Hard of Hearing and Speech-impaired Individuals 2002 IETF IETF RFC 3351 This document presents a set of Session Initiation Protocol
   (SIP) user requirements that support communications for deaf, hard of
   hearing and speech-impaired individuals.  These user requirements
   address the current difficulties of deaf, hard of hearing and
   speech-impaired individuals in using communications facilities, while
   acknowledging the multi-functional potential of SIP-based
   communications.
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288 Telecommunications Accessibility Checklist