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Google seeks accessibility developers for survey. Compensation included


Google is seeking feedback from accessibility developers regarding their workflow, experience with command line interfaces and browser-based developer tools.

This research is open to accessibility developers and admins in the united states and will be used to "help [Google] better understand and improve accessibility tools." The study will last approximately 60 minutes. Participants will receive a $150 gift code. All work will be remote, with appointments being confirmed via calendar.

Interested participants should fill out the survey found here and may reach out to harinis@google.com with any questions or concerns.

Source: Are you a Developer or IT Admin using Screen Readers? Sign up today to participate in Google User Research!
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Tangela Mahaffey is a barely reformed English Major currently residing in Colorado. She reads entirely too many fantasy books and takes almost nothing seriously, including herself. She loves technology, music, writing, puns, and cats. She can be reached on twitter @tmmahaff


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