From AbilityNet:

 

Seeking disabled user testers for a PAID project! - AbilityNet

 

We are seeking savvy technical, disabled users and over 55’s, for exciting new paid projects! AbilityNet wants to PAY users, to test websites and mobile apps for accessibility and usability purposes, at locations in the North West.

 

Are you: • Autistic/Asperger’s • Dyslexic/ Dyscalculia • VI/Blind • Or 55+? Do you: • Use a screen reader – JAWS, Dolphin Supernova, Voice Over, NVDA, Dragon, Read and Write Gold or Claroread software? • Or a Magnifier or colour overlay software – Zoom Text, Claro view?

 

Can you travel to: • Media City, Salford, Manchester • Knutsford, Cheshire • Or Manchester City Centre, if we paid for travel?

 

Then get in contact with AbilityNet today! You can earn £60 for every 1.5 hours, you help us with our accessibility projects by testing that our clients’ websites and apps are accessible and (legal). Plus, we will pay up to £30 for travel costs per day.

 

AbilityNet is a unique charity that helps disabled people use many kinds of technology at home, at work and in education - we help people directly through advice and information services, but we also work with some of the biggest names in the business world.

 

Help us, help companies to build better websites, which would make them more accessible and user friendly to your technology needs and others.

 

Your participation will be instrumental in making the digital world more accessible for all!

 

To be considered to participate in these tests, please follow this link: https://www.abilitynet.org.uk/accessibility-services/become-abilitynet-tester

Enter your details into the form provided.

Should you require assistance with completing the form, please contact us on: 0800 269 545

 

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