At i>clicker we strive to meet the needs of all participants including those with disabilities. Ensuring that our products are compliant with accessibility standards is a top priority. Here is how i>clicker benefits participants with accessibility:
All participants enjoy the inherently accessible design of 6 large buttons with raised letters. The LED patterns notify the participant when the remote is on/off, battery power is low, and if the vote was received.
Color blind and low vision participants further benefit from the LED patterns. A steady green light indicates the vote was received, while a blinking red light indicates the vote was not received.
Visually impaired individuals find that the buttons are easy to navigate, especially when using the raised battery compartment as a tactile reference point. If further assistance is required, we supply free Braille stickers to be placed alongside the buttons. And finally, NEW vibrating clickers give blind participants evidence of vote confirmation through vibration they can feel. Please contact email@example.com to request Braille stickers or to order a vibrating remote.
The i>clicker web site and remote registration page is fully 508-compliant, providing alt+ tags and properly labeled forms throughout the registration page.
i>clicker GO is a browser-based voting application specifically focused on the needs of participants with disabilities.
For more details on how i>clicker meets the needs of all individuals, please download our VPAT document. Also, feel free to contact us directly at firstname.lastname@example.org with further questions.