Google Seeks Volunteers for Accessibility Research Studies

Date Posted: 12/19/2017

Google’s Accessibility team recently won an AFB Helen Keller Achievement Award for their commitment to ensuring that everyone can access and enjoy the web. To continue making progress toward that goal, the company’s User Research team has announced that they’re recruiting blind and vision-impaired people to participate in accessibility research studies.

If you sign up and you’re asked to join a study, you might try out a new product or tell Google what you think about the technology products you use now. Studies can take place in a Google office, your home, or even online via a computer, smartphone, or tablet. And once your study participation is complete, you’ll get a reward like a gift card for shopping or a donation to a charity.

Learn more about the studies and sign up to participate.

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