Every voter has different needs. Around 85% of disabled Americans have their own personal cell phone device that they are comfortable with using, and adapt to their needs- the voting process can utilize these mobile devices.
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Very Cool! Thanks everyone- it was so exciting seeing my idea being developed and role-played out, it definitely explains things a little more in depth/ gives a good sense of what the interaction experience would be like.
Yes, Vincent that would be great if you could link the concepts.
Whitney, printing boarding passes is a great idea/ example. Maybe there is a kiosk that downloads the device/voter's information and directly prints the information. The voter could see this kiosk print the vote into a box.
I think there is value and security to the voter in having the device store one voter's choices at a time. The voter might worry that their vote would no longer be private, if their vote was stored on a device that had other people's votes on it. Although I think it's time valuable to the poll workers to load multiple votes, do you think it's worth sacrificing the voter's confidential experience?