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Fwd: Re: Video introduction to WAI Resources & website - action item for next couple of days

From: Shawn Henry <shawn@w3.org>
Date: Mon, 23 Mar 2020 11:18:35 -0500
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Subject: 	Re: Video introduction to WAI Resources & website - action item for next couple of days
Date: 	Sun, 22 Mar 2020 22:03:15 +0000
From: 	Estel·la Oncins Noguer <Estella.Oncins@uab.cat>
To: 	Shawn Henry <shawn@w3.org>

Hello Shawn,

First of all sorry for the delay. Last weeks have been really hard here in Spain.

I have looked at the script and video presentation in the wiki. I think that all information provided is relevant because it provides a comprehensive explanation of what you can find in the WAI website.

Maybe what I miss is:

   * A clear message about who is the audience of the resource. If the final audience is non-technical people it might be good to let them know. Otherwise, they might not get the hint.
   * A more clear end-to-end approach. In the sense that all resources available are explained but maybe a closer look about why they should use each resource might be good.

Regarding this last point, for instance, when you mention in Seq 3 "there's some really important information on this section"

Maybe it would be good to add "which may help you to better understand how people with disabilities use the web and adopt a better design and development accessibility plan" (just an idea)

Also it might be good for the audience that you go progressively to the different links on the menu. Core concepts like "accessibility principles" is not mentioned in the video. (Just an opinion)

For the long version I think that an overview video with an explanation showing the different resources available in the WAI web is really helpful. Specially for people starting with accessibility.
I do think that it would be also great to have 30 seconds versions starting with a text on screen mentioning the issues from the "Videos of people looking for information" and then answer them explaining specific resources. For instance, including a text on screen like "What is W-A-I"? or "What is WCAG?" and then point and explain a specific resource.
I do not know if this is what you already had in mind.


Estel·la Oncins Noguer
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*De:* Shawn Henry <shawn@w3.org>
*Enviat el:* diumenge, 1 de març de 2020 2:16
*Per a:* Kinney, Kris Anne <kakinney@ets.org>; Helen Burge <helen.burge@deque.com>; Estel·la Oncins Noguer <Estella.Oncins@uab.cat>; public-eo-plan@w3.org <public-eo-plan@w3.org>
*Tema:* Video introduction to WAI Resources & website - action item for next couple of days
Hi Kris Anne, Helen, Estel·la,

Thank you for stepping up to help with this video!

I've updated the wiki page:
And created a GitHub issue to collect input:

Feel free to add your input to those.

Received on Monday, 23 March 2020 16:17:10 UTC

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