Gary Slinger’s put up an excellent example of a Weekly Review mindmap which has really clarified to me what you should be looking for when you complete your review.
I think I might go and make myself one of those… oooh, pretty
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November 30, -0001 at 12:00 am
“Very cool. This is going to be a big help for my weekly reviews, too.
Thanks for posting it!
As an aside…on your captcha, it would be very hard for a blind or
colorblind person to leave you a comment. About 5% of all men and women
are colorblind and are unable to differentiate between red and green.
Obviously, if you’re blind and using a text-to-speech aide to surf the
web, you wouldn’t be able to navigate this captcha (or almost any
captcha) at all.
>From an accessibility standpoint, may I recommend that you include, ON
THE PAGE WHERE YOU POST A COMMENT, a means for these individuals to
contact you to post their comments in a way that doesn’t involve a
visual checkpoint? I can see that they can email you if they have
problems after hitting the “”submit”” button, but I would think that most
would give up before even entering a comment if they don’t see the link
for problems on the comment entry page. (If your letters didn’t show up
for some reason, I wouldn’t have tried to enter a random color and
submit just to see if I guessed correctly and/or the problem email link
just happened to be on the next page).
Alternately, you could have the captcha be text-based, like a paragraph
of text following a statement asking someone to identify the third word
of the paragraph. You could make this as dynamic as you wanted with a
little scripting, or just keep it static and revolve the text and the
keyword to validate the comment on a regular basis.
Just some suggestions to try to help keep the web accessible for those
with some form of visual impairment.