Re: Editorial comments on "Shared Web Experiences: Barriers Common to Mobile Device Users and People with Disabilities"

Hi Jo,

Thanks a lot for your comments, I will address them in the next version.

On 10 Sep 2008, at 10:09, Jo Rabin wrote:

> Hi Yeliz
> I apologise for not having got my comments to you earlier. I'd  
> prepared them but somehow managed not to send them.
> Jo
> In general I like the layout.
> I think that it might be worth making the descriptive text that  
> follows the title more consistent. Sometimes it says "the user"  
> sometimes "user" sometimes "user" is implied and sometimes it is a  
> staccato list of problems e.g. "Information loss. Content inoperable"
> Would it be better if "Large page or large images" read "Large  
> pages and large images"?
> In the same section Users / get or User / gets ?
> In the section "Information conveyed only using CSS" is it worth  
> mentioning that CSS can contain content as well as formatting -  
> e.g. background image and "before" and "after" text?
> On "Missing or inappropriate page title" - - the title is often not  
> displayed at all in mobile browsers. So the significance is  
> probably that bookmark lists don't make much sense.
> Under Focus (tab) order - I think the mobile section sort of  
> implies that navigation is via tab key, which it isn't, but in any  
> case it may be worth mentioning that it's hard to navigate with the  
> common 4-way rocker.
> At Long words etc. - I think it may be worth mentioning that the  
> users context often means that they want rapid access to  
> unambiguous information - i.e. it's not just that they are  
> distracted and have partial attention on the content.
> Invalid or unsupported markup - some older devices don't display  
> invalid markup at all. I don't think that content adaptation is the  
> main point here, and should probably be removed.
> On 10/09/2008 08:27, Dominique Hazael-Massieux wrote:
>> Le mercredi 10 septembre 2008 à 07:17 +0100, Yeliz Yesilada a écrit :
>>> I just wanted to let you know that I have addressed all your  
>>> comments  in the new version < 
>>> experiences-new>. If  you still think something needs further  
>>> changes or if I haven't  addressed any of your comments fully,  
>>> please let me know.
>> Thanks, it looks good.
>> Dom

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