WAI's Education and Outreach Working Group (EOWG) seeking inputs for WAI's new site design

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14 Jun

WAI's Education and Outreach Working Group (EOWG) seeking inputs for WAI's new site design

Web Accessibility Initiative (WAi) of World Wide Web Consortium is one stop for all resources including guidelines, techniques, checklists, examples related to web accessibility. Education and Outreach Working Group is seeking inputs from community to work on re-design of WAI’s website. The Survey with 57 questions asks very interesting input including what is needed for user’s job requirement and what would we like to see on WAI’s website. I have just completed the survey and highly encourage everyone to do so.

Email from Sharron Rush Co-Chair of EOWG is quoted below:

Greetings all,

The EOWG has created a Task Force to re-design the WAI web site. Our first challenge is understanding who we are building this for. If you would like to contribute your data to the construction of a few personas that will guide our effort, please take this (sorry rather long) survey.

https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/T28B59P

As important and maybe even more important is to collect data from web professionals who do not yet participate in WAI and who may be unaware of web accessibility and the WAI guidelines and supports. To that end, please spread the word about the survey to people who may not be accessibility aware.

…and please let folks know as well that there is a drawing for a $100 gift card for anyone who completes the survey and wants to leave contact information.

Thanks for your help.

Onward!
Sharron Rush

Thanks in advance for your time and inputs! Oh, also participating in this survey will let you stand to win a $100 gift card. All the best!

Srinivasu Chakravarthula

BySrinivasu Chakravarthula

Srinivasu is an Accessibility evangelist with about 13 years of experience in the industry. That experience has developed Srinivasu to treat Accessibility not just his day job, but something close to his heart.

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