Working Professional Survey
Thank you for your interest in this survey. This should take you approximately 5 minutes to complete. There are no wrong answers, and if you are unsure what to choose then follow your instincts.
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Do you work in UX/UI or a related field? *
What is your job title? *
How long have you worked in this industry? (years) *
Did you receive education before entering into this industry? *
Do you consider accessibility in your design practice? *
Do you have a close relationship with one or more people with a disability? *
How did you learn about accessibility? If you have not, please indicate so. *
How long have you been designing while considering accessibility? (years) *
What caused you to consider accessibility in your design practice? (or write N/A if you do not) *
Do you feel accessibility emphasized in your work environment? *
Why or why not? *
Do you include people with disabilities in your research? *
Thank you for taking the time to fill out this survey. The study for professional designers includes two types of activities. In the first, participants will complete the survey that has just been completed. If you are not interested in the paid second activity, please click the button to complete the survey.

In the second, we will conduct an interview study with participants to understand their behaviors, perceptions and opinions regarding their work as it relates to accessibility. This interview will take place over Zoom. The interview will take about 45 minutes.

Participants will receive $15 for their time via electronic transfer or gift card.

If you are interested in participating in this interview please click the link below and enter your email address.

To participate, you must be 18 years old or older, and be a professional UX/UI designer or a closely related field. No experience working explicitly in accessibility is required.

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