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Help Shape Web Accessibility by Taking a Screen Reader Survey


Web Accessibility in Mind, or WebAIM, has posted a survey to determine the preferences of both seasoned and occasional screen reader users. It's based on the premise that more research should be conducted in regards to the user preferences and desires for those utilizing assistive technology. According to the announcement, "Web accessibility experts often say something like, "Screen reader
users prefer." followed by some accessibility recommendation. However,
many of these recommendations are based on personal preference or
conjecture - often from sighted users who only test with screen
readers." The results will be compiled over the coming months to help website designers improve accessibility for all.

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