I've built a few web apps for the insurance industry, one of which is a Workers Compensation Quotes calculator. The calculator, or "quote generator", asks the user a series of questions, then the data is processed by the app and it displays quotes that the user can select, and move forward with putting a down payment on.
This is one version of the "Workers Comp Rater". I've recently built a new version of it after my client recently partnered with some major insurance carriers because they like our tool, and want to be apart of what we're doing!The animation above demonstrates the web application calculating rates based on the user's input. It's a little fast, but I wasn't trying to demonstrate the fields themselves, just the overall calculation of rates. If you make a change to a field after you've calculated the rates, you are forced to recalculate the rates. This is to ensure the user can only select a quote they are eligible for.
If you'd like to see it in action check out this link: https://quotes4workerscomp.com