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thoughts points system for silver

From: Chris Loiselle <loiselles@me.com>
Date: Tue, 16 Jul 2019 14:04:28 GMT
To: Silver Task Force <public-silver@w3.org>
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Hi Silver,

Just a thought off of today's call:

In regard to point system, would the fact that user testing was completed at a given organization during the development of a product give them extra points vs. not completing user testing at all?

For each demographic of user testing, grading all user tests equally, would someone who tests with a user that has limited sight and a user that is hard of hearing not receive as many points as someone that tests with someone who is Blind, someone who has low vision, someone who is Deaf,  someone who is hard of hearing, someone with a cognitive disability (etc.)?

What if the organization went deep on depth of testing with the user who is Blind and the user who has limited sight, but only went surface level (breadth) with multiple users each with a different disabilities vs. diving deep with two users ? Would those be weighted differently? The same? I know there was discussion on ribbons, points, badges, where would that come into play?

Thank you,
Chris Loiselle
Received on Tuesday, 16 July 2019 14:04:54 UTC

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