UPORABNIŠKI VMESNIKI SISTEMOV ZA POIZVEDOVANJE IN UPORABNIŠKA PRIJAZNOST

Avtorji

  • Polona Vilar
  • Maja Žumer

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.55741/knj.52.1.14211

Ključne besede:

uporabniški vmesniki, informacijski sistemi, poizvedovanje, načrtovanje, vrednotenje, uporabniška prijaznost

Povzetek

IZVLEČEK

Prispevek vsebuje pregled značilnosti uporabniških vmesnikov sistemov za poizvedovanje s poudarkom na njihovem načrtovanju in vrednotenju. Predstavljene so uporabnikove naloge med poizvedovanjem in funkcije, ki jih za to nudijo uporabniški vmesniki. Govora je tudi o pravilih, standardih in smernicah za načrtovanje vmesnikov ter kriterijih in metodah njihovega vrednotenja. Posebna pozornost je posvečena konceptu uporabniške prijaznosti, kot eni najpomembnejših značilnosti uporabniških vmesnikov. Prikazane so različne opredelitve in razloženi elementi, ki jo sestavljajo. Na koncu prispevek prikaže, kakšni naj bi bili uporabniški vmesniki sistemov za poizvedovanje, da bi zadostili prikazanim kriterijem.

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Biografije avtorja

  • Polona Vilar
    Doc. dr. Polona Vilar je zaposlena kot predavateljica na Oddelku za bibliotekarstvo, informacijsko znanost in knjigarstvo na Filozofski fakulteti Univerze v Ljubljani.Naslov: Aškerčeva 2, 1000 LjubljanaNaslov elektronske pošte: polona.vilar@ff.uni-lj.si
  • Maja Žumer
    Izr. prof. dr. Maja Žumer je zaposlena kot predavateljica na Oddelku za bibliotekarstvo, informacijsko znanost in knjigarstvo na Filozofski fakulteti Univerze v Ljubljani.Naslov: Aškerčeva 2, 1000 LjubljanaNaslov elektronske pošte: maja.zumer@ff.uni-lj.si

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Vilar, P., & Žumer, M. (2013). UPORABNIŠKI VMESNIKI SISTEMOV ZA POIZVEDOVANJE IN UPORABNIŠKA PRIJAZNOST. Knjižnica: Revija Za področje Bibliotekarstva in Informacijske Znanosti, 52(1). https://doi.org/10.55741/knj.52.1.14211

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