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The Common Industry Format (CIF) is Now an ANSI/INCITS Standard

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Author(s)

Sharon J. Laskowski, Emile L. Morse

Abstract

The IUSR (Industry USability Reporting) project, led by NIST (National Institute of Standards and Technology), is developing approaches for increasing the visibility of software usability. Participants are from prominent software supplier and customer organizations. This poster presents an overview of the IUSR project and its major deliverable, the Common Industry Format (CIF), for reporting the results of usability tests.
Citation
Usability Professionals Association (Industry USability Reporting)

Keywords

CIF, common industry format, industry reporting project, IUSR, procurement, software, standard reporting format

Citation

Laskowski, S. and Morse, E. (2002), The Common Industry Format (CIF) is Now an ANSI/INCITS Standard, Usability Professionals Association (Industry USability Reporting) (Accessed May 26, 2024)

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Created July 1, 2002, Updated February 17, 2017