Re: Patterns and User Story Wording Structure Straw Poll

I found option 1 fans 4 clearest. However, option 1 will leave to lots of duplicate text for screen readers users and more content for people to read. So if font styling/Heading levels also differentiate between the purpose of the sections then I think option for would be the most accessible.

Having the type of content after the title isn’t something I would expect to see.


On 7 Jan 2021, at 22:12, Rachael Bradley Montgomery <> wrote:

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An issue was raised that when reading the table of contents for Making Content Usable, the repetitive headings for patterns and user stories made reading more difficult than necessary.

Today we decided that we should keep the structure of the headings in the table of contents and the document the same. Below are the options for ways we can present the headings for patterns and users stories. Please write back with which alternative you prefer or another alternative not listed here.

1 (current):  User Story: Previous Steps and Pattern: Make Each Step Clear
2: Previous Steps (User Story) and Make Each Step Clear (Pattern)
3: Previous Steps - User Story and Make Each Step Clear - Pattern
4. Previous Steps and Make Each Step Clear

Thank you,

Rachael Montgomery, PhD
Director, Accessible Community<>

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I will frame this night in song."
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