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#* [https://www.w3.org/Member/ACList List of AC Reps]
 
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#* Staff FTE tables (summarized by activity)
 
# What information have you had difficulty finding? <span style="color:#DC143C">  (text field) </span>
 
# What information have you had difficulty finding? <span style="color:#DC143C">  (text field) </span>
 
# What features or improvements would you most like to see in the Member site (other than to the Member home page) in the future? <span style="color:#DC143C">  (text field) </span>
 
# What features or improvements would you most like to see in the Member site (other than to the Member home page) in the future? <span style="color:#DC143C">  (text field) </span>

Revision as of 22:24, 8 May 2013

Overall sequence

  • Identity
    • For everyone
  • General
    • For everyone
  • Member
    • Just for those who self-identified as Members
  • Group
    • Just for those who self-identified (Member or not) as Chair, Team Contact, or Editor
  • End
    • We can invite anyone who wishes to have a deeper conversation to contact Ian Jacobs.
    • Should we offer a gift to a randomly selected person who has completed the survey?

Identity

  1. How would you describe yourself?
    • Web designer
    • Web application developer
    • User experience designer/information architect/content strategist
    • Project manager
    • Web technology engineer
    • Department head
    • Other: Please specify (text field)
  2. Do you work for a W3C Member? (Link to http://www.w3.org/Consortium/Member/List) (Yes/no)
  3. What types of groups do you participate in (select all applicable)
    • Working Group
    • Interest Group
    • Community Group
    • Business Group
    • Advisory Board
    • Advisory Committee
    • TAG
    • None (mutually exclusive)
  4. What roles (if any) do you have within a W3C group?
    • Chair
    • Team contact
    • Editor
    • Test manager
    • None (mutually exclusive)

General

Public home page

  1. How often do you visit the W3C home page (w3.org)? (radio)
    • Daily
    • Weekly
    • Monthly
    • A few times a year
    • I have never visited the W3C home page
    • Other: Please specify (text field)
  2. What do you use on the current home page? (check boxes)
    • News
    • W3C blog
    • Talks and Events
    • Links to jobs
    • Links to validators
    • Links to standards and other materials
  3. Please rank the importance of the following information found on the W3C home page from 1 to 10 The most important information will be #1. (numeric rank)
    • (Same list)
  4. # What features or improvements would you most like to see on the public home page? (text field)

Technical Reports

  1. Rank the following in terms of importance to you:
    • Better Typography
    • Narrower column width
    • Less status information up front
    • Clearer indication when document has been superseded
    • Clearer indication of document maturity (on the recommendation track)
    • Integration with related materials (tests, developer documentation, etc.)
    • Tools for making it easier to review and comment on a specification
    • Other (text field)
  2. Which filter options on the TR page (w3.org/TR) do you most use? (radio)
    • All (the default)
    • Standards only
    • Drafts only
    • Review opportunities
  3. Which sorting options on the TR page (w3.org/TR) do you most use? (radio)
    • Technology (the default)
    • Status
    • Date
    • Title
    • Working/Interest Group
    • Editor
  4. Do you have any recommendations for the index of W3C technical reports (http://www.w3.org/TR/)? (text field)
  5. Are the “current status” pages useful (example: http://www.w3.org/standards/techs/css)? (yes/no/didn't know they existed)
  6. Are the labels listed on the TR page (http://www.w3.org/TR/) useful? (yes/no/didn't know they existed)

Other parts of the site

  1. Why do you visit the W3C site? Check all that apply.
    • Find W3C specifications
    • Find out whether something is a Recommendation
    • Find how well a specification is implemented in browsers and other software
    • HTML elements and attributes
    • CSS properties and values
    • Accessibility Guidelines
    • Working Group News
    • Overview of current W3C work relevant to a given industry (e.g,. automotive, digital publishing)
    • How to participate in W3C
    • How to become a W3C Member
    • List of W3C Members
    • Learn about the Web
    • W3C validator
    • Test suites
    • Tutorials
    • Other: Please specify (text field)
  2. For the same list, rank the 5 most important reasons you visit the W3C Web site. Allow user to specify and rank "other" as well.
  3. What features or improvements would you most like to see in the future on the public site (other than on the public home page)? (text field)
  4. Is the site map useful to you? (yes/no)
    • If so, why? (text field)
  5. What information have you had difficulty finding? (text field)
  6. Please rank the following: (defined scale: poor -- excellent)
    • Usefulness of Search function
    • Ease of navigation
    • Organization of information
    • Value of content to you

Member

Member home page

  1. How often do you visit the Member site home page? (https://www.w3.org/Member/)? (radio)
    • Daily
    • Weekly
    • Monthly
    • A few times a year
    • I have never visited the Member home page.
    • I have never visited the Member home page and didn't even know there was one!
    • Other: Please specify (text field)
  2. What features or improvements would you most like to see on a Member home page? (text field)
  3. Should the Member home page become a customized “dashboard” with information or links specific to you, such as: identity (name, affiliation), lists of group membership with your organization, etc.? (yes/no)

General

  1. What sections of the Member Web site do you most use?
    • Calendar of Member Events
    • Member Actions, News, Mail, Discussion
    • Process, Patent Policy, Finances Guide
    • Member Standards Promotion
    • Membership Administrivia
    • List of AC Reps
    • Staff FTE tables (summarized by activity)
  2. What information have you had difficulty finding? (text field)
  3. What features or improvements would you most like to see in the Member site (other than to the Member home page) in the future? (text field)
  4. Because much useful information to Members is actually on the public site, please indicate how important it is to you to access that information from the Member site? (defined scale: Not important -- Essential)
    • If important to you, which links to the public site are most important for you to find from the Member site?

Group

Group home pages

  1. Would you find it useful if W3C were to provide templates for group home pages? (yes/no)
  2. Do you think it would be useful to distinguish a group's public home page (for visitors) from its "operations" home page (which would also be public, but focus on meeting details, etc.)? (yes/no)
    • If so, what information would you put on the group's public home page?
    • If so, what information would you put on the group's public operations home page?