Human Centered Design & Engineering

May 2, 2017

Survey: Video Game Accessibility

An on-campus research group studying video games and accessibility is looking for input from people who identify as gamers with motor impairments.

This work aims to design and develop solutions to help gamers determine whether or not a game will be accessible to their specific and unique accessibility needs.

The survey can be found here:

All responses are completely anonymous and voluntary. Participants privacy is respected, and no personally-identifiable information will ever be published or connected to the responses.

Any questions can be sent to Rachel Mahre, MLIS, at, or the principal investigator John Porter at