We are seeking people to help us give feedback about their experience testing the new accessibility features and updates published through the Windows Insider Program.
The Accessibility User Research Collective (AURC) is looking for people with visual impairment who are part of the Windows Insider Program to complete a satisfaction survey being conducted by Microsoft. The goal of this study is to get feedback on the challenges and successes experienced by people with visual impairment who tested the new features and updates for Narrator and Magnifier released during the 19H1 Bug Bash event in Feedback Hub from January 23rdto February 3rd.Findings from this study may be used to help inform Microsoft developers and engineers on how to improve these specific accessibility supports and also the usability of the new features and updates.
To be eligible you must:
1. Have a visual impairment – (blindness or very low vision)2. Be enrolled in the Windows Insider Program3. Have your machine set up to install builds from the FAST ring4. Have the Windows Insider Preview Build 183015. Have already tested the Narrator and Magnifier features released during the 19H1 Bug Bash held January 23rdto February 3rd6. Be 18 years of age or older7. Prefer English for reading and writing.8. Be a member of the Accessibility User Research Collective (AURC) by completing our member form at:
Insiders who have completed the Windows Insider Program quests released January 23rdthrough February 3rd will be asked to answer questions about their user experience. Completion of this satisfaction survey may take about 30-40 minutes. Following completion of the survey, participants will receive a $30 stipend for their time and effort.
ABOUT USThe Accessibility User Research Collective (AURC) is a national community of people with all types of disabilities interested in helping make technology more accessible and usable. The AURC is organized and maintained by assistive technology researchers at Shepherd Center.
To learn more about and join the AURC, please visit: www.accessibilityuserresearchcollective.org
ABOUT SHEPHERD CENTERShepherd Center, located in Atlanta, Georgia, USA, is a private, not-for-profit hospital specializing in medical treatment, research and rehabilitation for people with spinal cord injury, brain injury, multiple sclerosis, spine and chronic pain, and other neuromuscular conditions.
Interested? Questions? Please contact Nicole Thompson at AURC@shepherd.org.