WebAim’s third screen reader survey

Please take a few moments to take the WebAIM screen reader survey.

I’ve taken these surveys since I started using a screen reader. It’s a really invaluable tool for web developers, and it’s also really fun to see the results when they come out. I can’t wait to see the percentage of Voiceover users this year!

The survey only took me about five minutes. No personal information is shared. The survey is all radio buttons, check boxes and drop down menus, with one spot to write comments. It’s simple to do, so please go take it.

Whether you use a screen reader often or not, your opinion matters. If you use screen magnification, your opinion matters. If you have a reader on your phone, your opinion matters.

The WebAIM folks are my heros, so please take a moment and take the survey.

It will be available until January. I’ll post the link to the results when they compile them. I can’t remember how soon the results come out, but it’s really interesting to see how closely your opinions match your peers.

So, go take it and have fun!


Filed under accessibility, advocacy, assistive technologies, gratitude, plugs, proud geek, screen reader, survey says, Voiceover

2 Responses to WebAim’s third screen reader survey

  1. Thank you much for taking the survey and for spreading the word!

  2. Ro

    You are most welcome, and thank you for making the survey and doing all that you do!

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.