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Tutorials: Quick Feedback needed

From: Eric Eggert <ee@w3.org>
Date: Wed, 05 Mar 2014 08:48:40 +0100
To: "EOWG (E-mail)" <w3c-wai-eo@w3.org>
Message-ID: <34A5DCF6-9DAF-4F6B-8DFC-2184BC91EC88@w3.org>
Hi All!

We want to get the Image Tutorial content wrapped-up before CSUN (read: 
this week), and there are a few points where I’d really appreciate 
your help.

You find the questions [on the 
they are marked in yellow and with [EOWG?]. Additionally I’ve pasted 
them to the bottom of the email.

I’m really looking forward to your comments!

Best, Eric

**The Questions:**

1.  [Image in Informative Image, Example “Image conveying succinct 
     -   <mark>[EOWG?]</mark> Are we happy with an image like that or do 
you have other ideas. The photo also has an icon for push and rotate 
counter-clockwise to open, which we need to reflect in the text. Also, 
while the photo is shot by me, the icon may be under copyright. 
Suggestions, especially for copyright-free alternatives are welcome!

2.  [Alternative approach added to the textual image example “Image of 
styled content with decorative 
     -   <mark>[EOWG?]</mark> What do you think about that section? Does 
it need more descriptive text or is it already understandable?
     -   <mark>[EOWG?]</mark> I’ve added a note that we don’t 
display vendor prefixes, should that be described? If so, would it make 
sense to have some kind of glossary on an additional page?

3.  [MathML 
     -   <mark>[EOWG?]</mark> The MathML part of that example isn’t 
working visually in any browsers, but it maybe nice to have in certain 
environments. How does assistive technology interpret HTML embedded Math 

4.  ARIA Example
     -   <mark>[EOWG?]</mark> I'd love to have a kick-ass ARIA example 
ready, but can’t think of one from the top of my head. The only place 
I could imagine one is to add to the [Image Groups 
wrapping the stars into something with role="group", using 
role="presentation" on the images and aria-label on the wrapper. But 
that feels a bit like a forced example, as the solution without ARIA is 
so simple. **So:** Can you think of a good ARIA example together with 

5.  Notes style
     -   <mark>[EOWG?]</mark> Shawn and I got some [discussions about 
the notes](https://www.w3.org/WAI/EO/wiki/Tutorials#Misc). What do you 
think? Do they stand out too much?


Eric Eggert, Web Accessibility Specialist
WAI-ACT Project

I’m yatil on IRC.
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