Survey: Costs and Benefits of eAccessibility

One Early Stage Researcher, Robert Huffaker, has been undertaking a study interviewing companies who make sure their products are accessible, especially their websites, mobile apps, and self-service terminals and gathering data on the costs and benefits they have experienced in the accessibility process.

If you are a web manager who knows a bit about the costs and benefits experienced in your organization’s website, you are invited to take part in his survey.

If you manage websites, the survey for you is here: https://es.surveymonkey.com/s/ WebsiteA11yCBA

If you manage mobile apps (iOS, Android, etc), the survey is here: https://es.surveymonkey.com/s/AppA11yCBA

If you manage a self-service terminal, the survey is here: https://es.surveymonkey.com/s/SSTA11yCBA

It will ask questions about you, your organisation, your website/app/terminal, accessibility and costs and benefits you have experienced. It takes around 20 minutes to complete.

The purpose of this survey is to build the business case of eAccessibility. This study is funded by the Disability Rights Expanding Accessible Markets (DREAM) Marie Curie Training Network and is led by Fundosa Technosite in Madrid, Spain and Kanchi in Dublin, Ireland.

If you have any suggestions or questions, or if you want to see the resulting deliverable stemming from the survey results, you can contact Robert Huffaker at:

r.huffakerjr1 (at) nuigalway.ie