Articles by Nigel Bevan
Nigel Bevan is an independent consultant with wide industrial and research experience. He has been editor of several international standards, including ISO 9241-11, ISO 20282-2, and ISO/IEC 25010 and currently chairs the group revising ISO 20282. Nigel leads the UPA Usability Body of Knowledge project and was a member of the National Academy of Science Committee on Human-System Design Support for Changing Technology.
International Standards for Usability Should Be More Widely Used
Abstract Despite the authoritative nature of international standards for usability, many of them are not widely used. This paper explains both the benefits and some of the potential problems in using usability standards in areas including user interface design, usability assurance, software quality, and usability process improvement. Introduction Why aren’t international standards for usability more […] [Read More]