Discover trends & best practices in accessible communications
Learn how to seamlessly weave accessibility into your products and services and improve the user experience for your customers or students who are blind or low vision. T-Base’s accessibility whitepapers, packed with industry insights, are listed and downloadable below.
T-Base reached out to consumers who are blind, deaf-blind or partially sighted for feedback on the accessibility of communications from financial institutions, telecommunications providers and healthcare plan providers and from all touch points: via call centers, in-person and online.
In this whitepaper, we share feedback on the speed of delivery, quality and accessibility of requested statements or documents, and we highlight the areas in which service providers could improve accessibility for their customers who are blind, deaf-blind or partially sighted.
Outsourcing has become an increasingly common business practise in the past few decades. With heightened global competition and ever-increasing pressures on the bottom line, it is essential that companies focus maximum energy and attention on their core business.
In this whitepaper, we will explore the history of outsourcing and how this trend continues to unfold as we further progress into the digital age. We will outline the characteristics of accessible communications, and review the clear benefits of outsourcing this function. We will discuss why outsourcing accessible communications is an economically sound solution that preserves resources, reduces corporate risk and significantly strengthens compliance to accessibility legislation – all the while allowing a focus on core business functions.
Consumer choice is table stakes in today’s competitive business environment. It has become the standard of the digital age for many people, but when it comes to information access for your customers who are blind or low vision, they are often underserved.
In this whitepaper, we’ll explore accessibility of online statement and document solutions for banks, credit card, wealth management, telecommunication companies, and government agencies. We’ll review how offering choice for your customers who are blind, low vision or print restricted not only provides a rich and inclusive online experience, but also saves money, significantly strengthens compliance to accessibility legislation, and supports the shift towards paperless operations.
Many organizations that use photocopying to enlarge regular print statements are doing themselves, their large print customers, and their brand a great disservice. To fully address accessibility issues, and communicate effectively with the customer population with low vision, organizations must go beyond standard design methods.