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From: Sailesh Panchang <sailesh.panchang@deque.com>
Date: Tue, 22 Apr 2003 17:46:45 -0400
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For your consideration:
1. there is a need for consistency  in the doc titles and the opening statements in the 
introduction section of each doc. Are we presenting benefits or listing social/economic/tech 
considerations  as the title suggests? Is "factors"  equated with  benefits in the eco 
factors page?
I think we mean benefits and the doc title and the intro section should use this term.
However, the legal factors / policy page explains the motivation for various kind of orgs to 
pursue accessibility and it is not  a listing of benefits.
2.  The intro to the legal page  states that this is part of a suite of docs that comprise 
of...Such a statement must be included in the intro of other docs in the suite as well. 


I reproduce the  statements for ease of reference:

Doc title= Technical Factors for Consideration in a Business Case for Web Accessibility
but first para states:
This document describes the technical benefits that may accrue to a organisation 
implementing Web accessibility.

Doc title: Social Factors for Consideration in a Business Case for Web Accessibility
Introduction: This document describes the social factors that may influence any one 
implementing Web accessibility solutions in order to make their Web content accessible.

Doc title= Economic Factors for Consideration in a Business Case for Web Accessibility
Introduction: This document describes the economic factors that may apply from implementing 
Web accessibility solutions. Applicable economic factors vary according to
different settings, including governmental, industry, educational.

Doc title= Legal & Policy Factors for Consideration in a Business Case for Web Accessibility
Introduction= This page describes legal or policy factors relating to Web accessibility that 
may apply to different types of organizations, for the purpose of developing
a customized business case for Web accessibility.

Sailesh Panchang
Senior Accessibility Engineer
Deque Systems Inc
11752, Valley Ridge Circle, Fairfax, VA 22033
Tel: 703-218-8018
Fax: 703-218-5047
E-mail: sailesh.panchang@deque.com
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