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WebAIM Launches 2 Screen Reader User Surveys

February 12, 2013 — Web Accessibility in Mind (WebAIM) has launched two new surveys that focus on the use of screen readers: a Survey of Users with Low Vision and a Survey of Users with Motor Disabilities. The data collected from the surveys will be made available to the public and used to provide guidance and recommendations on the design and development of accessible web content. All individuals with low vision or motor disabilities are invited to take the surveys, which will remain open through March 15, 2013. WebAIM is an initiative of the Center for Persons with Disabilities (CPD) and Utah State University that concentrates on the expansion of the web’s potential for individuals with disabilities.

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