[Nfbc-info] question about software programs
peacefulwoman89 at cox.net
Sat Jun 16 20:15:17 UTC 2018
My preference is to ask blind individuals who are using this software. Often cited individuals who sell or service software products want to believe their product is inclusive but do not necessarily know for sure.
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On Jun 15, 2018, at 7:16 PM, David Andrews via NFBC-Info <nfbc-info at nfbnet.org> wrote:
Google has worked on accessibility, and has some instructional materials. I can't tell you where, off top of my head, but use google to search for googledocs and accessibility etc.
Constant Contact ultimately produces e-mails, but I presume you mean using back end to enter people, etc. I don't know. Same with sales force, I looked at it, but it was probably 10 or 15 years ago.
They do have people working in accessibility, so ask them.
At 03:21 PM 6/15/2018, you wrote:
> I'm exploring a potential job. Some of the requirements include knowledge
> and familiarity with the following software programs.
> Google Docs
> Constant Contact
> Sales Force
> How blind user-friendly are each of these programs? Where can I find
> step-by-step bite sized simple to understand instructional materials for
> these programs?
> Thank you,
> Lisa Irving
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