How to make surveys more accessible
Professional Development And Research Institute On Blindness
In the past, accessibility issues made survey design increasingly difficult. For example, integration with screen readers–the technology that reads the contents of any given webpage out loud–was extremely problematic.
The Professional Development and Research Institute on Blindness (PDRIB) struggled to collect feedback from its users in an accessible way, resulting in lower quality data and decreased survey completion rates.
Thankfully, things have changed. In this report, learn how PDRIB used Alchemer to make their surveys accessible for any user.