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Make it easy to find the most important thing

From: Rachael Bradley Montgomery <rachael@accessiblecommunity.org>
Date: Tue, 21 May 2019 14:07:27 -0400
Message-ID: <CAL+jyY+FLmeQMdda0jZsSz41a2HVA37+TjjDM6xnFN1yo82NFQ@mail.gmail.com>
To: public-cognitive-a11y-tf@w3.org
Hello,

I am working on the 2.2 SC text for "Make it easy to find the most
important thing"

I went back through the 2.1 feedback on this SC and believe there are a few
different paths to take in wording. I am unfortunately teaching this
Thursday so won't be on the call but I would appreciate your opinions on
the best approach.

The 2.1 text read "Critical features and important information are above
the fold and are accentuated in the main modality of the content."

There was feedback that it is difficult to determine a critical feature is,
where the fold is, and what accentuated means.  Below are a few suggestions
for alternate wording that use existing definitions and approaches to try
to clarify or remove these points.


   1. Essential controls are prominent and visible without scrolling in the
   main modalities of the content.
   2. Essential controls are visible without scrolling in the main
   modalities of the content.
   3. Essential controls are prominent and visible without scrolling in a
   1280 x 1024 css pixel viewport.


Thoughts?

Thank you,

Rachael

-- 
Rachael Montgomery, PhD
Director, Accessible Community
rachael@accessiblecommunity.org
Received on Tuesday, 21 May 2019 18:08:02 UTC

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