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Re: Country maps best practise and examples.


From: Brandon Keith Biggs
Date: Feb 24, 2020 9:40AM

You could have people enter their zip code and textually describe the
For example:
94115, covered on the west side until California Street, and no coverage
past that point.
Or what most places do is have you enter your address and show if you are

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On Mon, Feb 24, 2020 at 1:50 AM Patrick H. Lauke < <EMAIL REMOVED> >

> On 24/02/2020 09:24, Murphy, Sean wrote:
> > Patrick,
> >
> > Mobile coverage for a specific frequency is the information being shown.
> At suburb level it might say 3g coverage 90%, at street level it might say
> 90% 3g cover. More you zoom out the coverage information is similar but at
> a higher view. Sighted (mouse) users can scroll around at suburb levels to
> see other streets coverage level all at real time. This currently is shown
> in colour. I already know there is issues for showing only in colour.
> I'd posit that for a screen reader (and probably low vision) user, this
> sort of exploratory model will be difficult to navigate, even if the
> interface itself was made accessible. It may make more sense to offer a
> separate, more targeted interface with a search form and some parameters
> (such as the granularity/area) where they can just type in the suburb or
> street, and get the information about coverage. If feasible, offer
> lower-level/higher granularity options in the results (e.g. if they
> chose to get coverage info at suburb level, then list the streets or
> whatever in that area).
> That'd be my gut feeling on this anyway.
> P
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