Thread Subject: diagram of product
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From: Baquis David
Date: Mon, Jan 08 2007 11:30 AM
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With regard to Jim Tobias' comment (in the thread entitled "problems
"Important! How about a standard that says if there is a diagram of the
product, then there should be a corresponding description of the
I am reminded of a NCAM SALT guideline also addressing that issue:
"Finally, documentation and training materials are always more
Documentation and online help can be understood independent of graphics.
Text descriptions should stand on their own."
See IMS Guidelines for Developing Accessible Learning Applications:
I found those guidelines very helpful, and they could be informative to
other TEITAC subcommittees as well.
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