Tuesday, February 19, 2008

Welcome to Web User Interface Standards

General Design Considerations
  1. Worldwide Compatibility.
  2. Universal Access.
  3. Coloaborative computing.
Worldwide Compatibility.
  • Language Differences.
  • Text Display and Text Editing.
  • Default Alignment of Interface Elements.
  • Keyboards.
  • Fonts.
Universal Access.
  • People With a Physical Disability.
  • People With a Visual Disability.
  • People With a Hearing Disability.
  • People With a Speech or Language Disability.
  • People With a Seizure Disorder.
Coloaborative computing.
  • Concern for Other Users.
  • User identification.
  • Access Privileges.
  • Passwords.
  • Data Encryption for Security.
  • Clear Communications.
  • Displaying the Current State of Data.
  • Communicating With Other Environments.
  • Network Transparency.
Design and the Development Process (Desing, Prototypr, Usability Testing)
  • Design Decisions.
  • Managing Complexity.
  • Extending the Interface.
  • Involving Users in the Design Process.