A widget to enable users to report on the accessibility of venues, services or locations. Requires registration.Scenario/Persona:
Fred goes into Marks and Spencers, and the hearing loop does not work on the second floor. On the ground floor the ‘advertising’ is distracting (hearing loop operates all the time). She wants to report her experience.How it works:
This is designed to be used by anyone wishing to look up or report on accessibility issues in a specific location. It would normally be used on a mobile device such as a smart phone. The initial screen (1) presents a menu. The user can choose to decide to look at a specific postcode area or if left blank the widget will attempt to use GPS to locate the user’s current position.
The user can then choose to look at other peoples reports in the area marked on a map (screen 2) or make a report themselves (screen 3). Before a report can be saved then the user would need first to register. This is a demonstration version using with an anonymous user which allows the user to see the reporting screen although not to send reports. In the full version an unregistered user is prompted to register first (4) before the report screen appears and they can also look at their own reports or others in the area using a search rather than a map if they wish. The registration screen can be viewed using the information button (which appears when the cursor goes over the top window bar)
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Making a report
The current version demonstrates the principles of the service although without extensive use in any specific area so that comments on services are added by the community it is meant to serve it has limited use. The version presented is an anonymous or unregistered version which is designed to work on position aware systems with GPS (such as mobile phones). To make reports and send e-mails the user should register themselves shortly after installing the widget. This facility can be viewed but changes are disabled in the version presented here.
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