|Reference||ISO/IEC/TR 19765 ed1.0 withdrawn corrigendum||
|Title||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|
|Abstract||Different users of information technology products possess different sets of abilities. Some abilities may not ever be present in a user as they may have been born without them. Some abilities are acquired, developed or deteriorate over time due to education, maturity, injury, illness or age. Just as it is possible that a user possesses a combination of abilities, it is also possible that they may lack a combination of abilities.
ISO/IEC TR 19765:2007 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.
These icons and symbols have been collected from a variety of sources including other standards, contemporary software products, web sites and hardware devices. These sources are cross-referenced and listed in a bibliography.
The icons and symbols presented in ISO/IEC TR 19765:2007 are categorized by modality and method of use.
|Technical Committee||JTC 1/SC 35 - User interfaces|
|Work in progress||
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