A content spot check is a quick analysis of a particular piece of content.
We select content based on:
- High page views
- Current issues
- High importance
- The content's current quality level
The Spot Check Process
A member of the Digital Strategy and Operations (DSO) Team selects content to review. The team member highlights any major or minor errors and provides suggestions to improve or to rewrite content.
Content needs to be rewritten if:
There are 5 or more errors in the first 10 sentences.
There are 20 errors in total.
It's in the wrong template type (a how-to that should be an information page).
The text is so unclear that purpose of the page is difficult to understand.
The team member may also suggest ways that the content could be improved which aren't recorded as errors. The goal is to provide the very best content for our users.
- Readability score of 50 or higher (Grade 9 reading level and lower)
- Number of words and length of sentences
- Number of headings
- User needs
- Page views and length of time on page
- Reported problems
Digital Standards Compliance
- How closely content follows the Saskatchewan.ca Style Guide