CAPTCHA remains by far the most problematic item reported by respondents. “Screens or parts of screens that change unexpectedly” has seen a significant increase over the years and is now reported as the 2nd most problematic item. This likely is due to the dynamic and complex nature of modern web pages and application.
Curated by Lifekludger, for full post see Source: WebAIM: Screen Reader User Survey #7 Results
In September of last year, I decided I wanted to hear stories about how screen reader users access The Web. I suspected, as a sighted web user, I made a lot of incorrect assumptions. Accordingly, I composed seven questions to find out about strategies for reading and operation.Following are the raw, unedited responses (minus the occasional typo). I don’t want to editorialize, but let’s just say I learned a lot.
Curated by (Lifekludger)
Read full article at Source: Responses To The Screen Reader Strategy Survey | HeydonWorks
In July 2015, WebAIM conducted a survey of preferences of screen reader users. We received 2515 valid responses to this survey, our highest thus far.
A few disclaimers and notices:
Totals may not equal 100% due to rounding.
Total responses (n) for each question may not equal 2515 due to respondents not answering that particular question.
The sample was not controlled and may not represent all screen reader users.
We hope to conduct additional surveys of this nature again in the future. ….
Source: WebAIM: Screen Reader User Survey #6 Results