Google Accessible Engineering Team Introduction

The Accessibility Engineering Team at Google focuses on conducting research sessions with users with all types of disabilities in order to gather valuable feedback and make Google products more accessible.  They conduct studies both in-person and remotely via video or phone.  Users who are selected for and complete their study sessions are generally compensated at $125 an hour, paid out in gift cards that are redeemable at a wide variety of retailers around the country.

If you, or anyone you know, would be interested in signing up for a study and testing their products, please visit this link.  Anyone who signs up at this site will be notified of upcoming research studies that are a match for his or her unique user profile.  The link above is shareable, so please feel free to forward this email along to your friends, family, students, colleagues or extended network.

You may contact Austin Hertell at ahertell@google.com with any questions or concerns regarding their user research program.  Additional information on their current projects involving accessibility may be found at google.com/accessibility.

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