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Business Case slides comments - Vicki

From: Shawn Henry <shawn@w3.org>
Date: Thu, 21 Jul 2011 11:06:20 -0500
Message-ID: <4E284E7C.5080707@w3.org>
To: Victoria Menezes Miller <menezesmiller@gmail.com>, w3c-wai-eo@w3.org
  Hi Vicki,

Thank you for reviewing the business case slides and for your comments!

Replies are below.

<Vicki comment>
1. Slide 29 (Money tree)
Priority: High
Please change the money tree graphic.
:( This is the only change I'd like to see.
I think the slide is fine even without a money tree.
A very subjective comment: I find the money tree disturbing.
I don't think it adds anything positive to the slide nor does the squiggle at the bottom of the slide.
</end Vicki comment>

I agree that the squiggle at the bottom doesn't work anymore. It was leftover from when this slide was right after the cost slide. I deleted it.

The colour and formatting was leftover from previous ideas as well (this slide was all green text!). I changed it back to using the same colours and layout as other slides. This makes the slide look much different, I think.

For now I shrunk that tree image, and left it in. I would really like an image on that slide. Could you please suggest some other options for the Working Group to consider? (Or, maybe it is OK now with the changes?) Feel free to send ideas to the EOWG list for discussion.


<Vicki comment>
2. Podcast slide (Slide 26)
Priority: Low
Indent the image slightly so that the slide does not look like a graphic is missing from the right side of the slide.
An improvement on the visual aspect.
</end Vicki comment>

I'm not sure what you mean? Currently the left edge of the image is aligned with the left edge of the vertical line in the T of the title. Many of the other slides have strong left alignment as well.

Are you suggesting different alignment? If so, can you explain it more?


Since I've made changes from the version that you reviewed, I added a question to the survey "Which version of the slides are you commenting on?" That way if you choose to update your answers you can indicate which version your comments apply to.

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