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Re: Request for Ideas: Health and Wellness Products and Services for Disabled Users


From: bobby accessibility
Date: Apr 27, 2012 12:19PM

Hi Elle,


I have two answers of your query first if you are seeking about the
supportive products or best alternatives of accessibility support then I
think you have to go with Ryan, this portal provide you a good idea.
But if usability of your health insurance product is your concern so in
that case you have to go for a realistic accessibility testing (manually as
my prior knowledge no automation tool provide you such a realistic result
)by real users. Which will provide you a realistic
challenges/issues/concerns of your product. Because I am sure the
accessibility challenges is higher in your domain as it is it*self a
complex domain.

And for reducing your budget you ca*n out*source
your Accessibility Testing Jobs!*

Please feel free to ask me further concern.
Happy Accessibility!.......


On Thu, Apr 26, 2012 at 12:38 AM, Elle < <EMAIL REMOVED> > wrote:

> All:
> As some of you know, I work for a large health insurance tce company.
> Recently,
> our product team sent out an internal request for ideas to improve our
> overall products and services that we offer to our members in the future. I
> loved that they chose to crowd source this, and I decided that I should do
> likewise and ask the WebAIM list the same question. I'll take your ideas
> and incorporate them into a submission on behalf of the accessibility team
> for their 2013 product planning sessions.
> What innovative products or services could a health and wellness company
> offer to disabled users to make life easier?
> I really appreciate any feedback you give.
> Cheers,
> Elle
> ** <http://twitter.com/search?q=%23a11y>;
> > > >