Mustafa Dalcı graduated from METU Statistics department in 2006 and completed his master’s degree at METU Informatics Institute, Department of Information Systems in 2011. Mustafa Dalcı, who worked as a research assistant at METU from 2006 to 2011, founded Userspots in 2009. Userspots, which provides user experience and usability services to companies, has carried out usability service studies with companies such as Yemeksepeti, TTNET, Bonus, Mynet, and Bilyoner. Mustafa Dalcı received support in the World Bank Creative Development Ideas Competition with his “Accessible Web” project, which he implemented in 2009. Together with this work, he became one of the 10 social entrepreneurs selected in the competition organized with the contributions of Bilgi University and TEGV in 2011. He was also selected as the most successful young person in Turkey in the category of “Contribution to Human Rights, Children and World Peace” by JCI Turkey.