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I wrote an idea earlier I meant to be posted here in this section. I'll try describing this as I did there in the idea.
I figure a good project might be one where either in a virtual fashion or in-person situation ZTE arranges for certain developmental parts of its devices, or devices as a whole for that matter be passed around in one of these scenarios ZTE has established where these items, objects, etc. are evaluated by people with disabilities who have difficulty with accessibility in many modern devices. The goal of this project would be t figure out designs that would greatly benefit and enhance the usability of ZTE devices for people with disabilities.
I for one, have a severe neuropathic disability and would love to be a beta tester for ZTE in helping to determine the accessibility of ZTE's products. I would be glad to help ZTE in the study, redesign, proper fitting, manufacture, and even marketing of these devices for people with disabilities. I've been a disability-rights/human health rights advocate for many years and would be grateful to use my expertise in this to help make and to promote ZTE's products of greater accessibility for ZTE's customers who have disabilities and health issues.