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Online surveys – top 10 assumptions to avoid

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When considering some of the recent online surveys that I’ve seen or been involved in setting up, I’m reminded of the saying: Never assume. It makes an ass of u … Continue reading

Don’t just sit there – debate!

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I love argument, I love debate. I don’t expect anyone just to sit there and agree with me, that’s not their job. Margaret Thatcher Debate and discussion are vital to … Continue reading

Screen Reader Survey results

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WebAIM have recently published the results of their Survey of Screen Reader user preferences. There’s already been a lot of coverage of the results, but I’ve summed up a few … Continue reading

Screen Reader survey

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WebAIM are conducting a survey of the preferences of Screen Reader users. “If you are a full-time, part-time, or even occasional screen reader user, please take a few minutes to … Continue reading

Survey Monkey useful features

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I’ve been using Survey Monkey within my organisation for two months now (see my original post about its accessibility, which I’m still looking into). I must say I’ve been very … Continue reading

UK accessibility survey

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A UK taskforce of charities and associations has launched a survey to find out about ICT Accessibility awareness and practices. The initial aim is to produce an ICT Accessibility Business … Continue reading

Survey Monkey accessibility

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I’ve been approached to take on some responsibilities for my organisation’s Survey Monkey account. Survey Monkey claims that it has a single purpose: “to enable anyone to create professional online … Continue reading

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