Take WebAIM’s 2017 Screen Reader User Survey

Update: If you’re interested in the results, they’re here. Original post: If you use screen reading software for any reason, you might want to take this survey and have your say about the directions that accessible technologies may head in the future. It’s 30 questions long and should take you 10 to 15 minutes to […]

A Survey On The Use And Accessibility Of Touch-Screen Devices Among Individuals With Visual Impairment

This one could take you a few minutes, but it’s fairly interesting. One of the angles that stood out to me was whether or not smartphones and such are replacing your need as a blind or deaf person for dedicated assistive devices. I’ve been saying for a long time that they absolutely are. Why, for […]

Netflix And Audio Description Ease And Satisfaction Survey

I’m not a Netflix subscriber so I can’t really help out here, but if you are and can, you have until September 20th to take part in a survey on its described video offerings. Sara Brennan, a Masters student at the University of Montreal in the Vision Sciences program, is exploring the ease and satisfaction […]

Sendero Wants To Know What You Would Like Out Of An Indoor Wayfinding App

It’s really nice to see GPS app makers start to focus on indoor navigation. If you’re blind I doubt I have to tell you that getting around in giant buildings can sometimes be its own special brand of pain in the ass, so being able to use the same apps that work so well outside […]

WordPress Administration – Accessibility Survey

Welcome to the ‘WordPress Administration – Accessibility’ survey This survey is part of a research study carried out by Mark Sanders from the University of Salford in the United Kingdom.  The purpose of this study is to investigate the experiences of users of Assistive Technology (AT) – particularly Screen Reader users – when building and […]