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For your convenience, the major headings provided on Scsi's Graphics-based Home page are listed immediately below:
NOTE: Relevant hyperlinks are included within the associated paragraphs to make your browsing session productive and all the more enjoyable.
Before presenting the cumulative set of graphics, Scsi wants to set the stage for you with some introductory information.
Scsi's Working Definition of Universal Web Accessibility and Web Usability -- often referred to as Ubiquitous Web Access -- is synonymous with the phrase "World Class Level" Web Sites.
To reach this objective, Scsi evolved a set of Best Practices that collectively are referred to as Scsi's "Perfect 10" Web Site Standard -- a productivity-focused model intended to serve others as an architectural and design foundation for achieving Ubiquitous Web Access.
Scsi's Productivity and Knowledge Transfer Web Site is "The house that Sonoff Consulting Services, Inc. (Scsi) built." Its design foundation is comprised of Scsi's set of ten Best Practices that every aspiring-to-be "World Class Level" Web site should strive to provide its visitors.
Much of the "who, what, where, why, when, and how" principles and their respective applications are addressed throughout this Web site's Web pages.
For starters, Scsi's recommendation to anyone looking for such details is to begin by reading Scsi's Expanded Home Page and following through on any of the hyperlinked topics of interest to you at any given moment.
First-hand experience through performing hands-on exercises and do-it-yourself demonstrations tends to be preferred over any number of claims made by someone.
Scsi encourages everyone who visits this Web site to experience the Six Categories of Web-centric Benefits of this first-pass solution for Ubiquitous Web Access that collectively are both clearly demonstrable and testable throughout the entire sonoffconsulting.com domain.
Granted, almost all content within the Scsi P&KT Web site is text-based, and many individuals clearly would prefer to have a storyboard of pictures to look through -- at least initially. This Graphics-based Home page is Scsi's attempt to address that preference on at least one Web page.
The remainder of this Web page focuses on providing graphical hyperlinks to the various "big picture concepts, principles, tools, and best practices" that you will find dispersed throughout Scsi's P&KT Web site.
If, for whatever reason(s), any of the cited graphics do not present themselves on your display device's screen, you can and should make use of the complementary (read: alternative selection) text-based hyperlinks provided on this graphics-based Home page to reach the associated link, be it another Web page or a standalone document, such as an untagged Portable Document Format (PDF) file with its own set of hyperlinks to select from.
Be advised in advance that on less sophisticated devices and systems, you may not be able to view the graphics and/or the PDF files that are hyperlinked to on any given Web page within the sonoffconsulting.com domain.
Scsi's fundamental question to any company that seeks to have a truly World Class Level Web site is this: "How many of Scsi's TOTAL ACCESS facets does your Web site's design successfully address?"
To see the overall picture of what is stated above, select this Scsi's TOTAL ACCESS Design hyperlink -- or the image located immediately below if present -- to view or download a full-page untagged PDF diagram that incorporates hyperlinks to the respective details associated with each of Scsi's TOTAL ACCESS design facets.
Select this Scsi's A+W+F+U=L World Class Level Web Site Design Components hyperlink -- or the graphic located immediately below if present -- to view or download a full-page untagged PDF file that provides hyperlinks to Accessibility, Web standards, Findability, Usability, and Logic-related Web pages.
Select this Scsi's top 10 Best Practices hyperlink -- or the graphic located immediately below if present -- to view or download a full-page untagged PDF file that provides hyperlinks to each of Scsi's "Perfect 10" Web Site Best Practices for your convenience.
To quickly find out what some specific Web-centric benefits are that can readily be appreciated by anyone, select this Major Benefits of "World Class Level" Web Site Design hyperlink -- or the graphic located immediately below if present -- to launch the untagged PDF file with its respective hyperlinks to choose from.
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 List 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.
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:
That's how really easy it should be for you perform this evaluation process.
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 as an untagged PDF file that contains numerous relevant hyperlinks that augment Scsi's Takeaway Checklist.
If you'd like to learn more about the "View with Any Browser Campaign" program itself, select the Best Viewed With Any Browser graphic -- located immediately below if present -- to access supporting details behind the Viewable with Any Browser concept.
Provided below are the applicable -- and selectable -- W3C and WAI validation logos and respective hyperlinks that are conformed to by Scsi throughout the entire Scsi P&KT Web site:
Select either the graphic -- if displayed here -- or the following hyperlink to specify any Web page's Uniform Resource Locator (URL) address for W3C HTML markup validation testing.
Select either the graphic -- if displayed here -- or the following hyperlink to specify any Web page's associated Cascading Style Sheet (CSS3) for W3C-based Cascading Style Sheet (CSS3) validation testing.
Select either the graphic -- if displayed here -- or the following hyperlink to display AChecker's© Portal WCAG Accessibility Web page. Once that page is displayed, specify any particular Web page that you choose to test for compliance to either Section 508 or Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) recommendations.
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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.
Remember: If you have some questions to ask, wish to request additional information about specific topics, or want to send a request for proposal, Scsi always welcomes inquiries and will respond promptly (often the very same day).
This Graphics-based 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, May 2, 2015 at 3:30 p.m. ET by Raymond Sonoff, President of Sonoff Consulting Services, Inc. (Scsi), 271 Saxony Drive, Crestview Hills, KY 41017-2294 USA: Telephone: (859) 261-5908.