Re: Silver feedback request—core survey questions

Hi David,

This looks good, but it appears (to me) to be incomplete: you note a point
in the survey where "branching" may happen, and I see what looks like 1
potential branch, but not the other:

Are you familiar with...? >> Yes >> Which components..?

Are you familiar with...? >> No >> [branch]

Additionally, is there any intention of asking about "format", alternative
structuring, etc.?
Is there any value in asking "why" the survey respondent uses WCAG? (Best
Practices, Legal mandate, other...) [Note: I'm not sure about this one,
just tossing stuff against the wall at this point]

Finally, (and I may be asking the wrong people or at the wrong place) is
there any intention of translating that survey to other languages before it
is rolled out? I think taking a strong internationalization stand with this
would be important going forward (but that's just me :-) )



On Sat, Jun 3, 2017 at 10:37 AM, David Sloan <>

> Hi all
> The Silver TF has been working on producing and revising a set of core
> survey questions for inclusion in Silver stakeholder surveys, and would
> like RQTF members to have the opportunity to provide some feedback.
> These would be questions asked of all stakeholder groups who use
> accessibility guidelines as part of their work. The Silver TF may adapt
> them for surveys of people with disabilities who use the web—a separate
> though overlapping population.
> The draft questions are at:
> GSWTw_M/edit
> The intention is to have them finalised by Friday 9th, so if anyone in
> RQTF had any comments, please share them by reply by Wednesday 7th.
> (apologies for the short notice!)
> Thanks!
> Dave (on behalf of the Silver TF)
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