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Some Key Questions
Do you have a vivid mental picture of your audience? Can you see and hear them using your software?
What tasks do users want to complete? What language would they use to talk about these tasks?
How will you persuade your audience to use your documentation?
How will you ensure visual consistency throughout your site?
How will you make your site easily skimmable?
How will you make your content accessible to users who can’t access sound?
How will you make your site accessible to users of screen readers? To users of screen magnification? To people with color ...
What is “universal design” and why should I care?
Why is it important to separate form and content (using XHTML and CSS)?
Why make the switch from HTML to XHTML?
What’s the problem with relying exclusively on WYSIWYG editors and templates? Why is it important to develop code literacy?
What’s up with single sourcing?
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Transcript of "Key Questions"

  1. 1. Some Key Questions
  2. 2. Do you have a vivid mental picture of your audience? Can you see and hear them using your software?
  3. 3. What tasks do users want to complete? What language would they use to talk about these tasks?
  4. 4. How will you persuade your audience to use your documentation?
  5. 5. How will you ensure visual consistency throughout your site?
  6. 6. How will you make your site easily skimmable?
  7. 7. How will you make your content accessible to users who can’t access sound?
  8. 8. How will you make your site accessible to users of screen readers? To users of screen magnification? To people with color blindness? To users of mobile devices?
  9. 9. What is “universal design” and why should I care?
  10. 10. Why is it important to separate form and content (using XHTML and CSS)?
  11. 11. Why make the switch from HTML to XHTML?
  12. 12. What’s the problem with relying exclusively on WYSIWYG editors and templates? Why is it important to develop code literacy?
  13. 13. What’s up with single sourcing?
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