Visit http:www.w3.org/WAI/RC/tools/ to locate tools to check for accessibility. There are some free online tools listed there, such as EvalAccess, which you can use to check your HTML code. Check your site and make any necessary corrections in your code. Conduct a user test with at least two people (spouses and kids are fine to use as testers). In addition to observing them using your site, have them fill out the form you created in Week 5.
Take a screenshot of the completed form to collect the user feedback.
Create a short report (one page or less) detailing the results of the testing, including user suggestions and your response to those suggestions (whether you feel they are valid and whether they can be accommodated). Compare the user responses to your expectations of the user working with your site.
Upon completion, name your single, MS Word document as v.villamarin_CIS363_projectWk7.
|XHTML validation||8||27||No or minimal validation errors are present.|
|Accessibility standards||8||27||No or minimal accessibility errors are present.|
|User tests (2)||8||26||Two tests were performed.|
|Testing results||6||20||Dynamics are functional in multiple browsers.|
|30||100||A quality project will meet or exceed all of the above requirements.|