Booking Schedule App
Online application for visually impaired clients
Brisk Logic product development team created an accessibility application with a booking calendar. It allows the users to customize the current system and improve the accessibility of the booking calendar. Our customer is a trusted systems integrator from the USA. The company provides IT development, systems engineering, professional services and simulation and training to customers in different commercial and non-commercial sectors.
The Business Challenge
Accessibility and adaptability of present-day technologies give tremendous chances to dispose of or if nothing else essentially decreases the inconveniences that different kinds of incapacities can cause. These days, the cutting edge advancements permit any client to gain access to online services from all over the place. Extraordinary consideration is given to the method of collaboration between the product and a client to adjust better to individuals with special needs.
Brisk Logic’s product development team was approached to build up the application for clients with vision impairments to make a simpler access and collaboration schedule. The application for outwardly hindered individuals should meet prerequisites of the US law expressing that all the data that is distributed on the governmental resources must be accessible to all the individuals, who can utilize a computer.
The given application ought to easily work in the IE and with the Jaws 18 variant. Our customer required IT and QA staff enlargement services for the help and support of the current task.
- WAI-ARIA Attributes
- Keyboard Navigation
- High-Contrast Themes
The design was developed according to the current web application.
With keyboard navigation, visually impaired users can explore the schedule without mouse pointers just by methods for console keyboard shortcuts.
Moreover, our developers customize the existing booking schedule app. The following features were added:
- time display
- availability time selection
- users viewing