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RE: please comment on prototype revisions [was Re: minutes Re: questions for discussion Re: ad-hoc WSTF discussion in 2 hours

From: <michaeka@wellsfargo.com>
Date: Wed, 9 Feb 2005 11:21:52 -0600
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To: <public-wai-eo-site@w3.org>

Hello, all - My comments are below Carol's.

Shawn said:
>Based on feedback from heuristic reviews, I made the following
>changes in the prototype (http://www.w3.org/2004/09/wai-nav/):
>* changed static navigation links to:
>	- WAI Translations
>	- Contacting WAI
>	- WAI Site Help
>	- WAI Site Map
>	- W3C Search
>specific question: WAI Site Help & WAI Site Map too similar? What about
>something like, "Help on WAI Site"

Yes I think they are too similar - though it doesn't help that visually
in the email they are listed on top of each other.  I know we've gone
and forth on this, but I think it would be ok to remove WAI from all of
these names.  There could be confusion by users, but I don't think so. 
The most important one that we need to be specific about is the Search.

Looking at Search again I recommend we rename it: "Search W3C Sites".
way it is clear that it is not a search of only WAI or sites other than
WAI, but that since WAI is a W3C site, it is included in the search.

____________AGREE with Carol, though would keep "WAI" in first item -
some clarity needed there. Links could be:
- WAI Translations
- Contact Us
- Site Help
- Site Map
- Search W3C Sites

>* bumped "Guidelines & Techniques" up a level, so top level is now:
>	- Getting Started
>	- About WAI
>	- Guidelines & Techniques
>	- Supporting Resources
>	- WAI Groups
How about just "Resources"?  I don't think the word "Supporting" helps
description.  It seems redundant - resources by definition hopefully are

____________AGREE with Carol. "Supporting" implies that these Resources
support something else, and in the order of the links I would assume
they support the guidelines and techniques. They are not necessarily
supportive, but are important in themselves. 

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