What if the ballot is designed for whatever pace the voter prefers? EZ ballot is a system that will guide voters so that they just follow the steps. Quick ballot helps voters walk through the system if they want to complete the voting process quickly. This concept is for the design of the EZ ballot.
Current user interfaces on touch screens rely significantly on visual feedback. Using audio voting, voters who are blind or visually impaired are able to vote. However, the translation from a complex visual interface to a linear audio interface results in an complex and time consuming audio voting process. Moreover, current DRE systems allow only for visual or audio voting even though studies show that people with low vision would prefer to be able to use both visual and audio voting simultaneously.
EZ ballot is very simple with linear layout of the visual and auditory interfaces. Thus, this ballot structure works same way for all outputs regardless of modality. For example, instead of providing all the candidates’ names in one screen, ‘yes or no’ questions such as “Do you want to vote ……?” will be displayed. In this way, voters need to choose either “yes” or “no.”
As a voting device, the touch screen tablet is combined with just two buttons ‘yes’ and ‘no’ on the left and right sides like controlling a game boy. This integrated device design will match with the users’ interaction for using the EZ ballot.