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Seeking Participants for Usability Study of a New Voting Ballot

April 24, 2013
Source: Center for Assistive Technology and Environmental Access (CATEA)

The Center for Assistive Technology and Environmental Access (CATEA) at Georgia Tech is conducting a study to evaluate the usability of a new voting ballot that is designed for individuals with a variety of disabilities.

Findings from the study will be used to refine the ballot design. The study will take about two hours. Participation will not require travel to Georgia Tech. We can bring the study to you. Participants will be paid $25 for their time.

If you have used (or tried to use) an electronic voting machine in the U.S. and have a disability in dexterity or upper body motor control, blindness or low vision, cognitive or learning, and would like to participate, please contact Tina Lee at, Elaine Liu at or Xiao Xiong at

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