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Re: Betr.: Re: Wireframe for Demo-Pages

From: Michael Stenitzer <stenitzer@wienfluss.net>
Date: Tue, 11 Nov 2008 21:04:10 +0100
Message-ID: <4919E53A.1080305@wienfluss.net>
To: Shadi Abou-Zahra <shadi@w3.org>
CC: Jan Sjoerd Poorta <js.poorta@bartimeus.nl>, public-wai-eo-badtf@w3.org

Shadi Abou-Zahra wrote:
> 
> This leads me to the idea of an annotate function rather than annotated 
> pages: when you toggle the annotation mode the inaccessible pages show 
> the barriers inline and the accessible pages show the solutions.
> 
> This is however more work. Do people think that it would be worth the 
> effort? I personally think it would be a very useful function to meet 
> the needs of many different audiences.
> 

i think this might be an interesting option. i considered it earlier but 
it needs definitely a more advanced solution to make it accessible.

i try to think about requirements, constraints and solutions. hopefully 
before tomorrows meeting.

cheers, michael

> 
> Michael Stenitzer wrote:
>>
>> Jan Sjoerd Poorta wrote:
>>> Yes, nice indeed. One question though: Assuming that the Annotated
>>> Accessible Version corresponds to the in-between pages, I had
>>> understood that the idea was that the basis for an in-between page
>>> would be the before-page, i.e. the Inaccessible Version. Michael, do
>>> you prefer to have in-between pages based on the accessible (after)
>>> pages? 
>>
>> i would prefer to have annotated solutions than annoted problem.
>> i.e. a annoated accessible version.
>> but maybe even both.
>>
>> /michael
>>
>>
>>> Jan-Sjoerd
>>>
>>>
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>>>
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>>>>>> Shadi Abou-Zahra <shadi@w3.org> 11-11-08 9:37 >>>
>>>
>>> Really nice! Especially that it provides different ways of navigating
>>>  the Demo and a more integrated approach to the "educational
>>> aspects".
>>>
>>> Let's discuss tomorrow.
>>>
>>> Best, Shadi
>>>
>>>
>>> Michael Stenitzer wrote:
>>>> hi all,
>>>>
>>>> i've put together a simple wireframe how i would propose to embed
>>>> the demopages in a navigable set of pages:
>>>>
>>>> http://www.wienfluss.net/BAD/BAD.png
>>>>
>>>> here the outline of my considerations in text (AKA longdesc):
>>>>
>>>> * use an easy to understand and non-technical, non-insider speak
>>>> title and subtitle.
>>>>
>>>> * provide a clear representation of the three different flavours
>>>> each page is available with a tab navigation: - inaccessible
>>>> version, - annotated accessible version, - accessible version. 
>>>> (implementation note: the tabs are normal links, no javascript, no
>>>> ajax, no witch-art. Annotate the selected tab with some hidden
>>>> text, we might use ARIA too).
>>>>
>>>> * provide a simple navigation between the demo-pages. this might be
>>>> in the form of previous / next page links or by listing and linking
>>>> all four demo pages.
>>>>
>>>> * meta-navigation: providing links to background information (about
>>>>  demo, description of all barriers, evaluation report).
>>>>
>>>> * footer: leave more or less like it is now (not in the wireframe).
>>>>
>>>>
>>>> any thoughts, ideas?
>>>>
>>>> regards, michael
>>>>
>>>
>>
> 

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