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Re: Jamie Knights presentation

From: Steve Lee <steve@opendirective.com>
Date: Tue, 10 Mar 2015 20:56:14 +0000
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Denis Lembree added some notes

https://medium.com/@dennisl/cognitive-accessibility-101-by-jamie-and-lion-at-csun15-4cd2e8512c8a

Steve Lee
OpenDirective http://opendirective.com

On 6 March 2015 at 23:28, Steve Lee <steve@opendirective.com> wrote:

> Here are some bullet points from Jamie's prezzo. I missed the beginning
> and they are sketchy but Jamie was interested to presenting to us at the
> F2F.
>
> I'll email Gareth Ford Williams (Jamie's boss) to ask - or perhaps Neil
> could (i mentioned you to Jamie)?
>
> Jamie Night
>
> Affordances are important (as we recently discussed on this list)
>
> Uses Screen reader to make some tasks easier- slows it down
>
> Zoom to reduce visual overload
>
> Reduce complexity - single column, eg reader
>
>
>
> Receiving
>
> Perceptions -
>
> Affordances
>
>    1. Make as affordiances as obvious as possible
>    2. Use language, avoid idioms, literal terms and don't assume spatial
>    knowledge
>    3. Make it easy to identify the most important thing.
>
>
>
> Processing
>
> Filtering
>
> Deciding
>
>    1. Provide filtering tools eg via visual groups - uses find
>    2. Limit decisions - consequences - eg many ticket choices to choose
>    from
>    3. Make it undo easy
>
>
>
> Actioning
>
> Planning
>
> Doing
>
>    1. Avoid nesting if possible, make the plan easy
>    2. Provide feedback on processes, eg how far to go how much read
>    3. Inline help when whenever possible.
>
>
>
> Steve Lee
> OpenDirective http://opendirective.com
>
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