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ISO/IEC GUIDE 71

Guide for addressing accessibility in standards

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Organization: ISO
Publication Date: 1 December 2014
Status: active
Page Count: 56
ICS Code (Aids for disabled and handicapped persons in general): 11.180.01
ICS Code (Standardization. General rules): 01.120
ICS Code (Ergonomics): 13.180
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This Guide provides guidance to standards developers on addressing accessibility requirements and recommendations in standards that focus, whether directly or indirectly, on systems (i.e. products, services and built environments) used by people. To assist standards developers to define accessibility requirements and recommendations, the Guide presents:

- a summary of current terminology relating to accessibility;

- issues to consider in support of accessibility in the standards development process;

- a set of accessibility goals (used to identify user accessibility needs);

- descriptions of (and design considerations for) human abilities and characteristics;

- strategies for addressing user accessibility needs and design considerations in standards.

Document History

ISO/IEC GUIDE 71
December 1, 2014
Guide for addressing accessibility in standards
This Guide provides guidance to standards developers on addressing accessibility requirements and recommendations in standards that focus, whether directly or indirectly, on systems (i.e. products,...
January 1, 2001
Guidelines for Standards Developers to Address the Needs of Older Persons and Persons with Disabilities
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. Whilst recognizing that some people...

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