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The main problems of standards (e.g., ISO 9241) in the context of usability of software quality are, that they can not measure all relevant product features in a task independent way. We present a new approach to measure user interface quality in a quantitative way. First, we developed a concept to describe user interfaces on a granularity level, that is detailed enough to preserve important interface characteristics, and is general enough to cover most of known interface types. We distinguishdoi:10.1109/ecbs.1996.494571 dblp:conf/ecbs/Rauterberg96 fatcat:lw7okujlbrfrlfltv6qc5xk75i