Re: EOWG - Eval Video draft for review this week

Reading the minutes, I found the following two issues:

> Less motion while narration is going (esp sequence about iteration 
> seconds 9-12)

I personally found the motion helpful so I would not read something else 
on my computer. My mind can wander off really easily.

> De-emphasize music (and maybe consider not having it)

I would not want a music-less video as that would sound very sterile (we 
humans are always never surrounded by pure silence). The music could be 
more subtle.



(Thanks Sharron for the excellent minutes summary.)

👋 Eric

On 30 Oct 2019, at 10:16, Eric Eggert wrote:

> Really quick feedback on it:
>
> Overall I really like it. I think there could be more time between 
> some aspects of the video, just lingering for half a second so it can 
> sink in. This goes especially after WAI resource titles are announced. 
> The animation is really, really good!
>
> **00:27 – WAI Logo**
>
> Should be added as a vector, it is very pixelated.
>
>
> **00:36 – “Easy Checks – A First Review of Web 
> Accessibility”**
>
> Use an EN-Dash instead of a hyphen for the subtitle.
>
> **01:13 – “Website Accessibility Conformance Methodology – 
> WCAG-EM”**
>
> Should also use an EN Dash instead of an hyphen between Evaluation 
> Methodology and WCAG-EM Alternatively put WCAG-EM in a new bubble 
> underneath the full name once it is said on screen.
>
> “Doubble-U-See-Ai-Gee-Ee-Em” for short does not sound so short 
> when it is spelled out this way :-)
>
> **01:21 – Progress bar**
>
> I love taking the progress bar from the tool. It might be worth 
> investigating if the blue arrow (the where are you now marker) could 
> go to the right during the speech (instead of just the bar appearing). 
> But not a blocker.
>
> **01:47 – Checks**
>
> Instead of “Checks”, maybe the sheet should say “Issues”.
>
> **End Card**
>
> I don’t like the different colors and spacing and the whole end card 
> looks a little bit messy. It also uses the brown color that we do not 
> use in the new design anymore. The brand colors can be found here: 
> https://wai-website-theme.netlify.com/components/colors/
>
> I would also prefer left-aligned text.
>
> 👋 Eric
>
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>
> Eric Eggert
> Web Accessibility Specialist
> Web Accessibility Initiative (WAI) at World Wide Web Consortium (W3C)





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Eric Eggert
Web Accessibility Specialist
Web Accessibility Initiative (WAI) at World Wide Web Consortium (W3C)

Received on Wednesday, 30 October 2019 12:49:48 UTC