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Visual UI elements according to ISO 9241-161

Button... Check Box... Collapsible Containers... there are so many different UI Elements and even more opinions when to use which. It is convenient that there is a guideline for visual UI elements, which not only provides a clear definition for each UI element, but also requirements and recommendations for its use.
  • Target audience
  • Agenda
  • Trainer
  • Can we support you?

    This training is aimed at developers and designers of interactive systems who are involved in the planning, specification or implementation of visual user interfaces. Basic knowledge in software ergonomics / usability is helpful, but not required.

    The maximum number of participants is limited to 10.

  • What to expect

    The training provides the basic knowledge for the selection and use of visual UI elements according to the requirements and recommendations of ISO 9241-161 in a balanced mix of theory and practical exercises.

     

    The topics in detail:

    • Basic principles of information design
    • Overview & guidelines for the design of user interfaces
    • Structure of the visual UI elements
    • Requirements and recommendations of the different UI elements
    • Selection of UI elements
    • Review & evaluation
  • Clemens Lutsch

    UX Academy Trainer

    Clemens Lutsch has been working in the Usability / User Experience area since 1994. He supervises and develops the subject area "UX Strategy", in which, among other things, new paths are taken in innovation management, organizational development and the integration of human-centered design into corporate culture. The industrial anthropologist and trainer worked on several international standards in the field of software ergonomics, for example as editor of the project ISO 9241- Part 161. Clemens Lutsch was for two years member of the board of directors of the GermanUPA and is a member of the advisory board of the personal certification body of the Fraunhofer Institute.

You want your team to be more independent when it comes to UX and would like to learn more about how to put our know-how to good use? We are excited about your assignment.

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