Is our platform accessible?
The surveys can be completed by users who have screen readers that allow for controlling the tab, space-bar, and Enter keys (or if they use the keyboard directly to use tab/space bar/Enter). The backend also allow for tab/space/Enter object interactions, although due to the complexity of any web-admin interface, mileage may vary.

The Opensource NVDA (nvaccess.org) screen reader (and likely JAWS, as a commercial product) will read on-screen text.

Accessibility is also dependent on the types of content and markup people use in their surveys (for example, if they add an image, and don't use ALT text to describe an image, then the image isn't accessible). And some question types like dynamic sliders and Google Maps integration will inherently present accessibility issues and thus should be avoided in your surveys.

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