WebAIM Launches Two New Web Accessibility Surveys

Web Accessibility in Mind (WebAIM) is a non-profit organization within the Center for Persons with Disabilities at Utah State University that works with government, private and public organizations to make Web content more useful to people with disabilities.

WebAIM has launched two surveys:  Survey of Users with Low Vision, and Survey of Users with Motor Disabilities.  If you have a vision or motor disability that impacts your ability use a computer, please take a moment to answer the survey. Responses are due March 15th.

Survey results will assist web designers, developers, and standards bodies make the web more useful to everyone. For questions or more information please contact WebAIM.

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