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Let's talk about accessibility
If you want to provide visually impaired respondents with better accessibility to your questionnaires, then there are a number of functionalities in Askia that you should be aware of. As a first step we would recommend that you get yourself familiar with the accessibility standard, WCAG (Web Content Accessibility Guidelines), which outlines certain rules and best practices.
DIY Research, Made to Last
The global pandemic has further accelerated the digitalization of market research, making its democratization a reality. Driven by new technologies and new consumer approaches, research strategies have fundamentally evolved. Today, market research in Do-It-Yourself (DIY) mode is more and more popular for strategic decision-making. This transformation is beneficial for all market players, beyond the obvious budget and time savings. Do-It-Yourself has become a leading research tool and for Askia this has been a great opportunity: our clients can build their platforms around our core technologies and utilize the automation and extensibility we have been building into our development roadmaps for the past few years.