This checklist explains many of the specific criteria that we look for when reviewing a completed project. Use it to help you evaluate each part of another group's project.
- Is the URL in the correct format? It should look like: www.ifixit.com/device/Device_Name
- Does it include thorough background information on the device, as well as information on how to identify the device?
- Does it have at least three external links?
- Is the device picture clear, well lit, and in the correct 4:3 aspect ratio?
- To check the aspect ratio, click on the "Image metadata" link on the top left of the device picture.
- Does the page contain correct grammar and punctuation?
- Does the page contain Troubleshooting, Background and Identification, and Additional Information sections all in the proper formatting?
- Is the URL in the correct format? It should look like: www/ifixit.com/wiki/Device_Name_Troubleshooting
- Does the page have at least five troubleshooting topics/problems?
- Does each topic have thorough explanations of the causes, symptoms, and solutions for each problem?
- Does the page link to all of the device's repair guides in applicable solutions?
- Is there correct grammar and punctuation throughout the page?
- Are the headers and subheaders all formatted correctly?
- Does each topic follow the correct order of:
- Are they well lit?
- Is every action portrayed with hands in the shot?
- Did they use appropriate markups for screws, clips, and fasteners?
- Are their pictures taken on a clean background?
- Is the white balance set so that the background looks white and all of the colors look natural?
- Are the pictures in focus?
- Does every guide use correct grammar and punctuation?
- Are the steps clear and concise?
- Do the bullets describe exactly how to do something, as opposed to simply what to do?
- Do the guides correctly identify all tools and parts?
- The blue tool should be called a "plastic opening tool" and the black tool a "spudger."
- The motherboard should only be called a "logic board" if the device is made by Apple.
- Are the prerequisite guides used correctly?
- No steps should be repeated.
- Are all guides called "replacement" guides (unless specifically told otherwise)?
- Did they make sure not to include reassembly instructions?
- Did they list all screw lengths (measured to the nearest 0.1 mm) and head types?
- Do the bullet colors match their corresponding markup colors?
- Are the caution/note/reminder bullets only used at necessary times?
- Did they make sure not to write the words "Caution, Note, or Reminder" after the special bullets?
- Did they only use tools for their intended purposes?
- Is the "Details" section completed for all guides?
- The conclusion should read, "To reassemble your device, follow these instructions in reverse order."