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WG5 - User Needs and Quality Framework for Common Access PointsIsrael Coordinator - Susan Hazan

5 Web sites

MINERVA PlusBerlin 7-8 March 2005

Kunstgewerbemuseum


WG5 - User Needs and Quality Framework for Common Access PointsIsrael Coordinator - Susan Hazan

Three goals:

  • In preparation for MINERVA Plus meeting

  • As a preparatory exercise for New Media web development team at the Israel Museum, Jerusalem

  • To interrogate the 10 quality principles


WG5 - User Needs and Quality Framework for Common Access Points

5 Web sites


Israel MuseumJERUSALEMwww.imj.org.ilBotanical GardenJERUSALEMwww.botanic.co.ililMuseumsIsrael Museums Guidewww.ilmuseums.comThe Spielberg Jewish Film Archive JERUSALEMwww.spielbergfilmarchive.org.ilCenter of Digital Art Lab HOLONwww.digitalartlab.org.il


I. Transparent

* Is a visual mission statement appropriate?

* Easy to switch mission statement languages


II. Effective

User needs have been drawn up based on research involving user groups

* Site search facility in place (drop-down or fully searchable key term search?)


III. Maintained

*4 websites tracked over a six week period


IV. Accessible

This section presents a checklist to evaluate the site. It should be noted that there are a large number of

accessibility checkpoints -these are best explored by consulting the W3C guidelines at

http://www.w3.org/WAI/Yes /No/n.a



VI. Responsive

* Site links to another highly responsive site


VII. Multi-linguality

* Simple switching between languages?





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