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We offer a specialist market research and user testing recruitment service for paid research projects across the UK

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USER VIEWING / VIEWING FACILITITY

People for Research have a flexible viewing facility, with the ability to host usability testing, focus groups and in depth interviews.

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Suite 302
QC30
Queen Charlotte Street
Bristol
BS1 4HJ

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History

In 1989 the business developed and Bristol Focus opened its doors as the first viewing facility in the South West.

The recruitment arm of the business has grown from strength to strength; catering for a range of clients (branding agents, market research, fieldwork, usability) to name but a few.

To date we’ve nurtured a database of thousands of respondents across the UK, offer international fieldwork and specialise in the recruitment of users for usability testing.

We still offer viewing at our site in Bedminster, but Bristol Focus is not just a Viewing Facility it is also HQ for the recruitment team.

As we’ve been finding people for research for nearly 23 years we thought it was time to put the right label on the tin.

From November 2012 Bristol Focus’ recruitment service will be known as People for Research …because finding people for research is what we do best.

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  • Ladies That UX and PfR talk participant recruitment in UX

    People for Research will host the next Ladies That UX meetup in Bristol and, this time, we talk about participant recruitment in the UX industry. The post Ladies That UX and PfR talk participant recruitment in UX appeared first on People For Research.

    3:04 PM - 27 Jun 16
  • Finding the right participants for usability testing

    Recruiting the right participants to test a new product is an essential step to guarantee fruitful and effortless testing. The post Finding the right participants for usability testing appeared first on People For Research.

    10:19 AM - 15 Jun 16
  • What accessibility isn’t

    "Accessibility is a fundamental principle in digital product development", according to Fritz von Runte, Digital Product Specialist. The post What accessibility isn’t appeared first on People For Research.

    5:08 PM - 9 Jun 16
  • UX Scotland is back with three days of talks and a workshop

    With an extra day in 2016, UX Scotland promises even more. The 2016 edition takes place from 8th to 10th June at Our Dynamic Earth, in Edinburgh. The post UX Scotland is back with three days of talks and a workshop appeared first on People For Research.

    11:00 AM - 3 Jun 16
  • UK government lists PfR as only dedicated user recruitment supplier

    People for Research are the only specialist on the government's list dedicated solely to the recruitment of participants for UX and usability research. The post UK government lists PfR as only dedicated user recruitment supplier appeared first on People For Research.

    11:22 AM - 1 Jun 16
  • UX testing: Why no mirror is better than a one-way mirror

    Developing a facility built for the modern world of UX/usability testing has been an interesting process. Also, the benefits are huge. The post UX testing: Why no mirror is better than a one-way mirror appeared first on People For Research.

    10:05 AM - 24 May 16
  • Andy Budd: the “consistent narrative” that makes UX London special

    UX London, organised by the accessibility and usability experts at London-based Clearleft, kicks-off on 18th May and will run for three days. Ahead of the event, People for Research interviewed Andy Budd, Clearleft's MD. The post Andy Budd: the “consistent narrative” that makes UX London special appeared first on People For Research.

    9:58 AM - 12 May 16
  • What UX feels like for a visually impaired blogger

    Selina Litt writes about UX and digital accessibility for visually impaired people as part of People for Research's #MakeTheWebAccessible campaign. The post What UX feels like for a visually impaired blogger appeared first on People For Research.

    1:06 PM - 5 May 16

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