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Major Headings provided on Scsi's Expanded Home Page

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Orientation to Scsi's Professional Services

If you decide to select from among the set of hyperlinks listed immediately below, the corresponding Web page describing that particular topic in substantial detail will be displayed in place of this Expanded Home page.

 

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Scsi's Working Definition of Universal Web Accessibility and Web Usability = "World Class Level" Web Sites

"Anyone, anywhere, using any Internet-enabled device, any operating system, and any (Web- or text mode-based) browser should be enabled -- by the Web site personnel's adherence to judicious design principles and Best Practices -- to accomplish basic tasks, including the following:

  1. Readily access any Web page within the Web site's domain
  2. Easily navigate (regardless of the navigation tool chosen, e.g., keyboard, mouse, or other pointing device) within and among its Web pages
  3. Display any Web page's contents without imposing any restrictions on the user as to screen resolution or viewing window size."

 

All of these benefits are manifested throughout the always-and-ever productivity-focused sonoffconsulting.com domain.

Scsi's P&KT Web site is clearly focused on serving as an exemplary working model that clearly and convincingly demonstrates what "The Ubiquitous Web Domain" describes as a goal to strive to reach.

Hopefully, you will end up agreeing that Scsi has carried this Web site development effort to the point of achieving at least a first-pass Ubiquitous Web Access solution that is available here and now, is based on existing mature technologies, employs a from-the-ground-up Web standards-based design architecture and relevant methodologies, and retains an emphasis on simplicity over complexity at all times.

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Scsi's Unique "Perfect 10" Set of World Class Level Web Site Best Practices

Sonoff Consulting Services, Inc. -- simply referred to as Scsi -- welcomes you to this truly unique Productivity and Knowledge Transfer (P&KT) Web site -- designed from the ground up to both advocate and fully comply with Scsi's set of World Class Level Web Site Best Practices -- including validation against W3C HTML5, CSS3, and WAI/ADA's Section 508 (Priority Levels 1, 2, and 3 inclusive) standards -- and illustrated in the hyperlinked graphic below.

To see the overall picture of what is stated above, select the image immediately below -- if present -- to view or download a full-page Adobe PDF diagram that provides hyperlinks to each of Scsi's "Perfect 10" Web Site Best Practices for your convenience.

Scsi's Web Site Best Practices diagram

Is it at all possible to design a Web site that satisfies the above-stated working definition?

In a word, yes. In fact, Scsi has, and you and anyone else can quickly and easily put this claim of "universal Web accessibility and Web usability" to the test.

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How can Scsi's accomplishment be easily demonstrated for one and all to see?

Simply make use of the Scsi P&KT Web site itself as a productivity-focused model for what a "World Class level" Web site can provide its visitors -- free and clear of all encumbrances. Once you do that, you will become wholly convinced that Scsi's Web site best practices are indeed manifested throughout this Web site. Why shouldn't you learn how to do this on your Web site(s), too, and reap both near- and long-term benefits of having done so?

To see the overall picture of what Scsi considers to be the major categories that comprise a Web site that is productivity focused, select the image immediately below -- if present -- to view Scsi's Productivity Focus diagram that also contains numerous relevant hyperlinks that augment Scsi's Takeaway Checklist.

Scsi's Productivity Focus diagram

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What should become clear after performing these steps?

Scsi believes that anyone who does take the cited "I-want-to-see-for-myself" series of actions will be delighted to both discover and appreciate just how well these objectives are seamlessly integrated into Scsi's easily demonstrable set of World Class Level Web site Best Practices. Even more importantly, you will understand and know that it is truly possible for other companies to emulate Scsi's productivity-focused model -- if they will but apply the underlying concepts to their own Web sites.

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Scsi's Productivity and Knowledge Transfer Tools and Methodologies

In particular, you will quickly learn about and immediately apply Scsi's Test Criteria Evaluation Worksheet (STCEW) Tool -- selectable via the graphic (if present below) to launch it as a PDF file.

View a PDF file of the STCEW Tool Checklist document.

... or select this Scsi's Test Criteria Evaluation Worksheet (STCEW) Tool Checklist hyperlink.

You can then fill in the "Yes (Y)-- or --No (N)" answers for each of the ten Best Practices listed therein, and quickly assess (on Scsi's scale of 0 to 100) any Web page's degree of conformance to Scsi's "Perfect 10" Web Site Standard.

What will you quickly discern for yourself when you make use of the STCEW Tool?

The STCEW Tool is really an easy-to-use checklist, straightforward to understand, and anyone can use it to check for the presence or absence of Scsi's Web Site Best Practices on any Web site's pages.

With this document as a reference you can methodically proceed to quantitatively score any page -- on any Web site -- you so choose to evaluate.

Once you've completed an STCEW Tool-based evaluation, you should then be able to draw your own conclusions as to the degree of conformance -- for that specific Web page -- to Scsi's "Perfect 10" Set of "World Class Level" Web Site Best Practices.

Perform an STCEW Evaluation of any Web page of your choosing

Now, try this methodology for yourself -- for real. Below is a step-by-step procedure for how to proceed.

With the STCEW Tool either displayed or printed out and in front of you, do the following:

  1. Access a Web site page to examine for assessment for each of Scsi's ten Web Site Best Practices.
  2. For each of the ten Web Site Best Practices listed, enter either a Y (for Yes) or an N (for No) as answers -- based on what you have learned should occur with the Scsi P&KT Web Site as your model reference.
  3. Tally up the number of "Yes" entries and multiply that number by 10 to get the Web Site Best Practices score for that particular Web page.
  4. Refer to the legend for scoring and enter the resulting number on the Worksheet box reserved for that entry.
  5. Assess the grade for that Web page based on the cumulative score, namely: Perfect (100), Excellent (90), Good (70 or 80), Fair (50 or 60), Poor (30 or 40), Abysmal (10 or 20), and Total Failure (a zero).
  6. Repeat the prior steps for any other Web page(s) that you want to quantitatively assess.

 

That's how really easy it should be for you perform this evaluation process.

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Learn by Example about Scsi's Productivity and Knowledge Transfer Expertise

What makes this Web Site unique? Answer: Adherence to a set of "World Class Level" Web Site Best Practices

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Discover Best Practices that really work

You will soon discover for yourself the fact that Sonoff Consulting Services, Inc. (Scsi) has successfully applied numerous combinations of productivity-focused principles to evolve Scsi's "Perfect 10" Web Site Standard -- a fully operational productivity-focused model design with its underlying set of ten specific Best Practices that successfully address a number of universally significant Web usability and Web accessibility issues.

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Prove it to yourself and to others

Each of Scsi's set of World Class Level Web Site Best Practices is readily demonstrable throughout the Scsi P&KT Web site. In fact, Scsi provides you with a Web page assessment tool -- called the Scsi's Test Criteria Evaluation Worksheet (STCEW) Tool -- viewable or downloadable either as a one-page Adobe Acrobat (PDF), one-page Microsoft Word (DOC), or a two-page (TXT) file for this purpose.

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Make effective use the STCEW tool

Use the STCEW tool to quantitatively score any Web site's Web pages and draw your own conclusions as to their degree of conformance to Scsi's set of Best Practices for World Class Level Web sites.

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What might you do with the STCEW tool's results?

With such quantitatively scored results in hand, you could, as appropriate, either make use of this revealing information yourself or pass it along to others so that they can check out and confirm for themselves either how well or how poorly any particular Web sites's pages measure up in each of Scsi's ten Best Practices for a World Class Level Web Site.

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Specific Examples of Productivity and Knowledge Transfer Expertise

If you really want to see how Scsi's expertise in Productivity and Knowledge Transfer is manifested within the Scsi P&KT Web site, take some time now to examine the following:

  1. Best Practices for World Class Level Web Sites are presented in Scsi's "Perfect 10" Web Site Standard -- an easily demonstrable set of ten seamlessly integrated Best Practices that can readily serve as a model design for all companies -- global, national, small business, non-profit, or otherwise -- to examine, adopt, and apply to their existing or forthcoming Web sites. What's the reward for working so hard to make this all happen? If followed closely, you will be well on your way toward achieving a World Class Level Web site, part of which means that its Web pages also pass not only World Wide Web Consortium validation tests against W3C HTML and W3C CSS standards, but also it will -- at a minimum -- come close to satisfying both Section 508 /WAI compliance requirements as well.
  2. Scsi's WebKISS™ Guides address topics dealing with improving individual and corporate productivity, including detailed discussions of Web site accessibility and Scsi's rationale for adherence to W3C validation standards.
  3. Peruse the Productivity-focused Web pages for insights regarding software programs and recommended reading that Scsi makes regular use of.
  4. Examine the associated Scsi-assigned access key combinations that you can put to immediate use.

 

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The Next Action Step Is Yours. Are You Ready To Seek Professional Assistance?

You are encouraged to contact us regarding any questions that may arise regarding anything presented within the Scsi P&KT Web site's pages. Once you do, you will gain additional insight regarding how Scsi can immediately begin helping you to resolve many of your company's technical problems, as well as learn how cost-effective productivity- and knowledge transfer-related services applicable to your company can be implemented.

Your next action step could begin, for example, by arranging for Scsi to evaluate and recommend approaches toward improving individual and corporate productivity. Alternatively or concurrently, you may decide to retain Scsi to provide consulting services that would assist you and your technical staff in working together to achieve a World Class Level Web site.

Taking such actions will definitely contribute significantly toward improving your company's market share and bottom-line profitability. Undoubtedly, the sooner you start this process of involvement with addressing your business needs and requirements, the quicker will be the return on investment. Give Scsi a call now.

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Need immediate assistance?

Call (859) 261-5908 to immediately reach Raymond Sonoff, President of Sonoff Consulting Services, Inc. (Scsi), 271 Saxony Drive, Crestview Hills, KY 41017-2294 USA, send an e-mail message to "info AT sonoffconsulting DOT com" to get answers to your specific questions, or access Scsi's Contact Form 1 Web page (or the thumbnail image provided below), and fill out the form's fields citing whatever you want addressed by Scsi.

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Web Page Validation and Contact Information

This Expanded Home Page of Sonoff Consulting Services, Inc.'s Productivity and Knowledge Transfer Web Site was last updated, validated -- to assure full conformance to W3C's HTML5, Cascading Style Sheet CSS3, and WCAG Accessibility (Priorities 1, 2, and 3, inclusive) recommendations -- and uploaded on Saturday, January 30, 2016 at 6:05 p.m. ET by Raymond Sonoff, President of 271 Saxony Drive, Crestview Hills, KY 41017-2294 USA: Telephone: (859) 261-5908.

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