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    Do you Use Twitter and a Screen Reader?

    The Paciello Group (TPG), a specialist digital accessibility consultancy, is working with Twitter on an exciting research study, and we’re looking for participants who use screen readers and Twitter, and who are available in the San Francisco area between the 2nd and 4th August, to take part.

    Participants will be invited to take part in an individual discussion lasting 60 minutes, located at the Independent Living Resource Center (ILRC) in San Francisco. During the discussion, we will ask you about certain features of Twitter, and we may also ask you to demonstrate using Twitter on your phone or laptop.

    Who can take part? Anyone aged over 18 with a visual impairment, who regularly uses a screen reader, and who regularly uses the official Twitter mobile app for Android or iPhone, or Twitter.com web site.

    Participants will be compensated with a $150 gift card for their time.

    If you’re interested in taking part, please visit the following link to complete a preliminary survey:


    If you’d like more information about the project, please email the project lead, David Sloan: dsloan@paciellogroup.com



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