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Re: graphic from Kathy

From: <kvotis@iti.gr>
Date: Tue, 12 Feb 2013 14:04:11 +0200
Message-ID: <ea4e192dd6a4b0c38c100390cd41cbf6.squirrel@mail.iti.gr>
To: rcorominas@technosite.es
Cc: public-wai-evaltf@w3.org
I would also expect to see in the presented figure a more detailed logic
diagram of the proposed methodology.Thus, for each of the provided steps i
would like to see also the corresponding sub steps (e.g. 1a,1b,..)
including also dotted lines for the optional steps.



Dr. Konstantinos Votis
Computer Engineer & Informatics,PhD, Msc, MBA
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> I think the boxes need more contrast (maybe a border is enough), and
> also the lines need "connection dots".
> In any case, too many lines might be a bit confusing and not reflect the
> real procedure. Even if you can go back to refine and re-explore a
> website, the steps are usually "completed" before moving to to the next
> one, and this refinement has a more-or-less minor impact on the initial
> results of the "already-completed" step.
> Regards,
> Ram?n.
> Peter sent another graphic:
>>   Waterfall as .GIF attachment.
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