Google seeking Android phone users for accessibility study

Do you have an android phone and have physical challenges using it? Google is conducting a study to help improve Google’s accessibility options and make smartphones easier to use for those with motor impairments.

In particular, Google is looking for Android phone users with motor impairments that impact their use of a touchscreen/smartphone. This study is 75 minutes long and has dates for: Friday, August 12, Monday, August 15, or Wednesday, August 17. Session will be held in San Francisco and Mountain View. Study participants will receive a $125 Perks gift code, which is redeemable for different kinds of gift cards or a VISA card.

If you are interested, go to https://goo.gl/forms/AXWl9NkNvUDph2hq1 and fill out the questionnaire.  Google will reach out to participants for a phone call if they qualify for the study.  For more information contact Jennifer Luong, UX Research Coordinator luongj@google.com

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