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The recommendations are based on seven guiding principles: The recommendations are provided in three main areas: There is no discussion of icon design in this standard. The standard has two annexes.
The first is a sample procedure for assessing applicability and adherence and includes a detailed design checklist spanning 13 pages.
The reason for this approach is that users, tasks and technological solutions vary and it is therefore not possible to give blanket 92441-12 that apply to all systems that present visual information.
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The second annex is a bibliography. Requirements for displayed colours.
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ISO 9241 Part 12: Presentation of information
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