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User Needs Summary: Guidelines 10-12

From: Kelly Ford <kford@windows.microsoft.com>
Date: Wed, 6 Jun 2007 21:18:07 -0700
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My task for user needs summary was to look at items 10-12.

 

10.0 Have equivalent security and privacy             

10.1        Private listening capability when using audio alternatives
to visual information in 

public places

Current: NA

Comment: Agree

 

10.2        Protection of the privacy of their information even if they
are not able to do the 

"expected" things to protect it themselves.

Current: NA

Comment: Agree

 

10.3        Security of their information even if they are not able to
do the "expected" things to 

protect it themselves

Current: NA

Comment: Agree

 

11.0        Not cause personal risk (e.g. seizure, etc.)           

11.1        Products where hazards are obvious and easy to avoid,
difficult to trigger.

Current: CP 5.5, CP 9.6, CP 10.5

Comment: Seems like a bit of a stretch to apply these but they are
likely some of the closest in 

UAG.

 

11.2        "Products that do not rely on specific senses or fine
movement to avoid injury.

Note: 

Products that don't assume body parts will never stray into openings or
that only gentle body 

movements will occur around the products."

Current: NA

Comment: Agree

 

11.3        Use products safely without seeing hazards or warnings.

Current:CP 1.3, CP 6.10, CP 7.3, CP 8.1, CP 8.2

Comment: 6.10 seems like a stretch to apply to this item specifically.

 

11.4        Use products safely without hearing hazard warnings

Current:CP 1.3, CP 6.10, CP 7.3, CP 8.1, CP 8.2

Comment: 6.10 seems like a stretch to apply to this item specifically.

 

11.5 To avoid visual patterns that causes them to have seizures.

Current:CP 8.1, CP 8.2

Comment: 3.3 and maybe 3.2?

 

11.6        To avoid auditory patterns that causes them to have
seizures.

Current: CP 8.1, CP 8.2

Comment: Not sure UAG really calls this out.

 

11.7        Products that do not give off electromagnetic radiation that
that they are allergic to.

Current: NA

Comment: agree

 

11.8        Products that do not give off chemicals that that they are
allergic to.

Current: NA

Comment: Agree

 

12.0        Be able to efficiently operate product    

12.1        Alternate modes of operation that are effective given the
time constraints of the task.

Current:CP 2.4, CP 4.4, CP 4.5

Comment: Agree

 

12.2        Cursor movement that is controlled by keyboard to follow
data entry or control order.

Current: 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: 1.3, 9.8, 9.9, 10.1, 10.4 and 10.5 probably don't need to be
listed here.  Might want to 

add 5.4

 

12.3        The ability to increase the rate of audio alternatives
(unless there are minimal audio 

alternatives)

Current: CP 7.1, CP 7.2, CP 7.3, CP 7.4, CP 8.1, CP 8.2

Comment: 4.9 seems more applicable and possibly 4.5.

 

12.4        System level accessibility preference settings that apply
across applications.

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

Comment: Agree

 

12.5        To have applications not override or defeat built-in
accessibility features.

Current: CP 7.1, CP 7.2, CP 7.3, CP 7.4, CP 8.1, CP 8.2

Comment: Agree

 

12.6        "Accessibility preference settings preserved unless asked.

Note:  need to have any 

applications that want to change accessibility features ask the user
first,  and return the 

setting when the application ends"

Current: CP 7.1, CP 7.2, CP 7.3, CP 7.4, CP 11.6

Comment: Agree

 

12.7        Preference settings to change immediately preferably without
requiring system reboot.

Current:

Comment: Not sure UAG mentions this.

 

12.8        Ability to save and restore individual preference settings.

CP 7.1, CP 7.2, CP 7.3, CP 7.4, CP 11.6

Comment:  11.6 is likely most applicable.

 

12.9        Accessibility functions that can be returned to an initial
state individually or together 

after each user.

Comment: CP 7.1, CP 7.2, CP 7.3, CP 7.4, CP 11.4, CP 11.5, CP 11.6

Comment: 11.6 seems like the most applicable.

 

12.10     Hardcopy documents to be usable with one hand or mouthstick.

Current: NA

Comment: Agree in the sense of hard copy.

 

12.11     Structure when navigating long audio material.

Current: CP 2.5, CP 2.6, CP 4.5, CP 9.8, CP 9.9, CP 10.4

Comment: Agree although 9.8, 9.9 and 10.4 don't call out audio
specifically in UAG.
Received on Thursday, 7 June 2007 04:18:20 GMT

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