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Checking the User Needs -UAAG10 Mapping

From: Jan Richards <jan.richards@utoronto.ca>
Date: Thu, 31 May 2007 13:49:03 -0400
Message-ID: <465F0A8F.1010308@utoronto.ca>
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4.0 Perceive status of controls and indicators

4.1 Non-visual equivalent to any visual indicators or operational cues,
designed (power light) or intrinsic (e.g visual movements).

Current mapping: CP 1.3, CP 2.5

Comment: Prob not 2.5.


4.2 Non-audio indicator for any auditory indicators or operational cues,
designed (e.g. beeps, lights) or intrinsic (e.g. machine sounds, visual
movements).

Current mapping: CP 1.3, CP 2.5

Comment: Prob not 2.5.


4.3 Non-tactile alternative to any subtle tactile feedback.

Current mapping: NA

Comment: OK


4.4 When different signals are used (e.g. different ring tones, or
tactile or visual indicators) then some need alternatives that are
different too.

Current mapping: CP 1.3, CP 2.5

Comment: But not explicit in 1.3. Prob not 2.5.



4.5 Visual indicators (e.g. LEDs, on screen indicators, mouse cursors)
that are visible with low vision.

Current mapping: CP 7.1, CP 7.2, CP 7.3, CP 7.4

Comment: Prob just 7.1 but even then not explicit.


4.6 Controls and indicators that are perceivable without relying on color

Current mapping: CP 1.3, CP 8.1, CP 8.2, CP 10.2, CP 10.3, CP 10.6

Comment: prob just 4.3 but even then not explicit.


4.7 Sufficient quality (e.g. volume, direction, clarity, frequency) for
audio cues.

Current mapping: CP 1.3, CP 2.6, CP 4.4, CP 4.5, CP 4.6, CP 4.7, CP 4.8, 
CP 4.9, CP 4.10, CP 4.11, CP 4.12, CP 4.13, CP 7.3

Comment: Maybe not 1.3, 4.4, 4.5, 4.6


4.8 Tactile indicators (i.e. for those who need indicator to be both
non-visual and non-auditory)

Current mapping: NA

Comment: OK




5.0 Perceive feedback from operation

5.1 Feedback to be audio or tactile (i.e.non-visual).

Current mapping: CP 1.3, CP 2.2, CP 2.3, CP 2.5, CP 2.6, CP 8.2

Comment: Prob not 2.5, 2.6, 8.2(very general CP)


5.2 Feedback to be tactile (i.e. both non-visual and non-auditory)

Current mapping: CP 1.3, CP 2.2, CP 2.3, CP 2.5, CP 2.6, CP 8.2

Comment: Prob not: 2.2, 2.5, 2.6, 8.2


5.3 Visual or auditory alternative to any subtle tactile feedback.

Current mapping: NA

Comment: OK


5.4 When different signals are used (e.g. different ring tones, or
tactile or visual indicators) then some need alternatives that are
different too.

Current mapping: CP 1.3, CP 2.5

Comment: Not really covered explicitly.


5.5 Visual feedback that is obvious with low vision

Current mapping: CP 4.1, CP 4.14, CP 5.1, CP 5.2, CP 5.3, CP 5.4, CP 
6.9, CP 8.2, CP 9.3, CP 10.2, CP 10.6

Comment: Prob just: 4.1, 4.2, 4.3, 10.2, 10.6


5.6 Feedback perceivable without relying on color

Current mapping: CP 1.3, CP 8.1, CP 8.2, CP 10.2, CP 10.3, CP 10.6

Comment: Prob just 4.3 but not explicit


5.7 Ability to adjust the colors to make things easier to read

Current mapping: CP 4.3, CP 4.14, CP 6.9, CP 8.2, CP 11.6

Comment: Prob just: 4.1, 4.2, 4.3


5.8 Sufficient quality (e.g. volume, direction, clarity, frequency) for
audio feedback.

Current mapping: CP 1.3, CP 2.6, CP 4.4, CP 4.5, CP 4.6, CP 4.7, CP 4.8, 
CP 4.9, CP 4.10, CP 4.11, CP 4.12, CP 4.13, CP 7.3

Comment: Maybe not 1.3, 4.4, 4.5, 4.6


5.9 Audio feedback that does not require tone differentiation

Current mapping: CP 1.3, CP 2.5

Comment: OK


5.10 Visual or tactile feedback to occur at the same location as the control

Current mapping: NA

Comment: May apply sometimes.


5.11 Clear feedback of connector engagement (e.g. power cord, PC card,
USB connector, etc.)

Current mapping: NA

Comment: OK


6.0 Be able to invoke and carry out all actions including maintenance
and setup

Comment: NA


6.1 "Operate all functionality using only tactilely discernable controls
coupled with non-visual feedback.
Note: In order to operate products efficiently and in available time
(see 7 and 12) some need to be able to access all computer software
functionality from the keyboard (or keyboard emulator) without any
visual feedback."

Current mapping: CP 1.1, CP 1.2, CP 1.3, CP 6.1, CP 6.2, CP 6.3, CP 6.4, 
CP 6.5, CP 6.6, CP 6.7, CP 6.8, CP 7.3, CP 7.4, CP 8.2, CP 9.5, CP 9.6, 
CP 9.8, CP 9.9, CP 10.1, CP 10.4, CP 10.5

Comment: Most of UAAG is relevant.


6.2 To access all functionality without having to use touch or very
light touch activated controls

Current mapping: CP 1.1, CP 1.2, CP 1.3, CP 6.1, CP 6.2, CP 6.3, CP 6.4, 
CP 6.5, CP 6.6, CP 6.7, CP 6.8, CP 7.3, CP 7.4, CP 8.2, CP 9.5, CP 9.6, 
CP 9.8, CP 9.9, CP 10.1, CP 10.4, CP 10.5

Comment: Most of UAAG is relevant.


6.3 Method to fully operate the product that does not require a pointing
device.

Current mapping: CP 1.1, CP 1.2, CP 1.3, CP 6.1, CP 6.2, CP 6.3, CP 6.4, 
CP 6.5, CP 6.6, CP 6.7, CP 6.8, CP 7.3, CP 7.4, CP 8.2, CP 9.5, CP 9.6, 
CP 9.8, CP 9.9, CP 10.1, CP 10.4, CP 10.5

Comment: Most of UAAG is relevant.


6.4 Ability to access all computer software functionality from the
keyboard (or keyboard emulator) with only visual feedback.

Current mapping: CP 1.1, CP 1.2, CP 1.3, CP 6.1, CP 6.2, CP 6.3, CP 6.4, 
CP 6.5, CP 6.6, CP 6.7, CP 6.8, CP 7.3, CP 7.4, CP 8.2, CP 9.5, CP 9.6, 
CP 9.8, CP 9.9, CP 10.1, CP 10.4, CP 10.5

Comment: Most of UAAG is relevant.


6.5 Alternative method to operate any speech controlled functions.

Current mapping: CP 1.1, CP 1.2, CP 1.3, CP 6.1, CP 6.2, CP 6.3, CP 6.4, 
CP 6.5, CP 6.6, CP 6.7, CP 6.8, CP 7.3, CP 7.4, CP 8.2, CP 9.5, CP 9.6, 
CP 9.8, CP 9.9, CP 10.1, CP 10.4, CP 10.5

Comment: Most of UAAG is relevant.


6.6 Method to fully operate product that does not require simultaneous
actions

Current mapping: CP 1.1, CP 6.7, CP 7.1, CP 7.2, CP 7.3, CP 7.4

Comment: Not explicit in any one CP.


6.7 Method to fully operate product that does not require much force

Current mapping: NA

Comment: OK


6.8 Method to fully operate product that does not require much
continuous force

Current mapping: NA

Comment: OK


6.9 Method to fully operate product that does not require much stamina
(includes sustained or repeated activity without sufficient rest)

Current mapping: NA

Comment: OK


6.10 Method to fully operate product that does not require much reach
(weakness,, stature or wheelchair)

Current mapping: NA

Comment: OK


6.11 Method to fully operate product that does not require tight grasping

Current mapping: NA

Comment: OK


6.12 Method to fully operate product that does not require pinching

Current mapping: NA

Comment: OK


6.13 Method to fully operate product that does not require twisting of
the wrist

Current mapping: NA

Comment: OK


6.14 Method to fully operate product that does not require direct body
contact.

Current mapping: NA

Comment: OK


6.15 "Method to fully operate product that does not require much
accuracy of movement
Note: Some need the customization of the object area where a double
click is effective."

Current mapping: CP 1.1, CP 1.2, CP 1.3, CP 6.1, CP 6.2, CP 6.3, CP 6.4, 
CP 6.5, CP 6.6, CP 6.7, CP 6.8, CP 7.3, CP 7.4, CP 8.2, CP 9.5, CP 9.6, 
CP 9.8, CP 9.9, CP 10.1, CP 10.4, CP 10.5

Comment: Most of UAAG is relevant.


6.16 "Ability to adjust the speed and acceleration of input devices.
Note: Some need a setting for adjusting the acceleration of a pointer."

Current mapping: CP 7.1, CP 7.2, CP 7.3, CP 7.4

Comment: Prob just 7.2


6.17 Operate product with only a left or only a right hand.

Current mapping: CP 1.1, CP 1.2, CP 1.3, CP 6.1, CP 6.2, CP 6.3, CP 6.4, 
CP 6.5, CP 6.6, CP 6.7, CP 6.8, CP 7.3, CP 7.4, CP 8.2, CP 9.5, CP 9.6, 
CP 9.8, CP 9.9, CP 10.1, CP 10.4, CP 10.5

Comment: Not explicit.


6.18 Operate product without use of hands.

Current mapping: CP 1.1, CP 1.2, CP 1.3, CP 6.1, CP 6.2, CP 6.3, CP 6.4, 
CP 6.5, CP 6.6, CP 6.7, CP 6.8, CP 7.3, CP 7.4, CP 8.2, CP 9.5, CP 9.6, 
CP 9.8, CP 9.9, CP 10.1, CP 10.4, CP 10.5

Comment: Most of UAAG is relevant.


6.19 Operate using only speech.

Current mapping: CP 1.1, CP 1.2, CP 1.3, CP 6.1, CP 6.2, CP 6.3, CP 6.4, 
CP 6.5, CP 6.6, CP 6.7, CP 6.8, CP 7.3, CP 7.4, CP 8.2, CP 9.5, CP 9.6, 
CP 9.8, CP 9.9, CP 10.1, CP 10.4, CP 10.5

Comment: Most of UAAG is relevant.


6.20 Alternatives to biometric means of identification.

Current mapping: NA

Comment: OK


16.0 Cross Cutting Issues

16.1 New technologies that are accessible when they are released.

Current mapping:

Comment: Implicit in conformance.


16.2 Ability to access the controls that allow them to turn on and
adjust the built in accessibility features

Current mapping: CP 6.1, CP 6.2, CP 6.3, CP 6.4, CP 6.5, CP 6.6, CP 6.7, 
CP 6.8, CP 6.9, CP 7.1, CP 7.2, CP 7.3, CP 7.4, CP 8.1, CP 8.2

Comment: Configuration mentionned throughout.


16.3 Accessible path and ability to position self within reach of
installed products.

Current mapping: NA

Comment: OK


16.4 Timely access to trained customer service personnel (e.g. Help Desk)

Current mapping: NA

Comment: OK


16.5 Accessible training and support materials.

Current mapping: CP 12.1, CP 12.2, CP 12.3, CP 12.4, CP 12.5

Comment: OK


16.6 Electronic access to copyrighted and otherwise protected material.

Current mapping: CP 6.1, CP 6.2, CP 6.3, CP 6.4, CP 6.5, CP 6.6, CP 6.7, 
CP 6.8, CP 6.9

Comment: Implicit.


16.7 Product to be usable by those with mutliple disabilities.

Current mapping: All CPs

Comment: OK



16.8 Ability to provide feedback about improvements to accessibility to
meet their particular needs

Current mapping:

Comment: Not included.


16.9 Product accessibility information to be disseminated to
distributors, retailers, installers, system integrators, customer
organizations, and people with disabilities.

Current mapping: CP 12.1, CP 12.2, CP 12.3, CP 12.4, CP 12.5

Comment: Not included.


16.10 To have their accessibility functions available at all times,
without disruption

Current mapping: All CPs

Comment: Implicit.
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