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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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  • Applying the social model of disability to UX design

    It's time to apply the social model of disability to UX design and overcome the digital barriers experienced by people with impairments. The post Applying the social model of disability to UX design appeared first on People For Research.

    10:57 AM - 21 Sep 16
  • NUX5, the king in the North

    Only three weeks to go until Manchester hosts NUX5! Ahead of the event, we had a chat with Rick Threlfall, one of the brave UX warriors behind the event. The post NUX5, the king in the North appeared first on People For Research.

    1:48 PM - 15 Sep 16
  • UX meets accessibility and innovation at UX Cambridge 2016

    UX Cambridge is back for its sixth year with over 35 talks and workshops, mixing user experience with inclusion, space and artificial intelligence. The post UX meets accessibility and innovation at UX Cambridge 2016 appeared first on People For Research.

    12:18 PM - 6 Sep 16
  • 4 Things to remember when testing for accessibility

    Sourcing participants with accessibility needs for UX and usability testing to be planned and thought about carefully. Team PfR shares four top tips! The post 4 Things to remember when testing for accessibility appeared first on People For Research.

    12:56 PM - 25 Aug 16
  • UX + marketing. Or how to build loving relationships with customers

    How have the core principles of UX changed marketing? We asked Josh Baldwin from Noisy Little Monkey, ahead of the Digital Gaggle Conference. The post UX + marketing. Or how to build loving relationships with customers appeared first on People For Research.

    9:06 AM - 17 Aug 16
  • UX testing: what to expect when the unexpected strikes

    UX testing can be unpredictable, which doesn't necessarily have to be a bad thing. People for Research's latest case study is proof of that. The post UX testing: what to expect when the unexpected strikes appeared first on People For Research.

    8:00 AM - 4 Aug 16
  • Testing for accessibility: top 5 recruitment tips

    If you've been following our blog, you might have heard about our accessibility campaign. This time we decided to get tips from our own recruitment experts! The post Testing for accessibility: top 5 recruitment tips appeared first on People For Research.

    8:55 AM - 27 Jul 16
  • UX across the pond: a GIANT event hits the States

    At PfR we like to write about UX events that make a difference, so we recently caught up with the people behind the GIANT Conference, in the United States. The post UX across the pond: a GIANT event hits the States appeared first on People For Research.

    9:00 AM - 22 Jul 16
  • Interpreting UX Bristol 2016

    PfR Director of Projects Jess Lewes attended UX Bristol 2016 and learned how UX is the unique language that allows us to communicate in silence. The post Interpreting UX Bristol 2016 appeared first on People For Research.

    1:40 PM - 18 Jul 16

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