Sourcing people for market research
& user testing
What we do
We offer a specialist market research and user testing recruitment service for paid research projects across the UK
Revamped, revised or just developed – whatever the website, our participants will provide valuable feedback on its usability through user testing.
FOCUS GROUPS VIEWED & ONLINE
Informal group discussions; branding, advertisements, products, services or product sampling. Participants contribute in a viewing facility or online.
REMOTE WEBSITE TESTING
Delivering results from across the UK or Globe. Remote website testing offers flexibility for the consultant and the participant.
One to one interview with a researcher. Participants get creative and feed-back ideas.
Validate the gaming experience with user testing.
ACCOMPANIED STORE TREKS
Research on the spot. One to one or group interview conducted in store(s).
User friendly mobile apps? Mobile users test the latest technology and mobile apps.
Get results fast – online surveys.
How we work
Any project large or small
Our team of recruiters are highly experienced and can handle assignments, minute or mammoth… as such we are used to working on challenging projects for free find or list recruitment.
We have a database of respondents covering all major cities in the UK plus a few places in between – whatever your location, we’ll source the participants.
We pride ourselves on our clean data and all respondents who participate in research are recorded on the database so we know who has done what, where and when.
Going global? People for Research handle recruitment projects at home and abroad.
All work guaranteed
We like to work in partnership with our clients – at every stage of the recruitment process we will provide you with regular updates (good, bad and indifferent) so you know what we know. Further, all work is covered by our Recruitment Guarantee.
Contact us for…
Pick our brains, we love chatting about people for research and how to find them.
Each brief is unique. For your particular brief, please contact us for a quote.
People for Research have a flexible viewing facility, with the ability to host usability testing, focus groups and in depth interviews.
People for Research
Queen Charlotte Street
91 Wimpole Street
People for Research have been recruiting people for a very long time as far back as the 1980s! We opened our doors as the first focus group viewing facility in the South West way back then.
Recruitment and technology have changed massively over the intervening years, but the principles of finding good participants haven’t.
There were no such things as email, Facebook, Google or world wide web back then and finding the correct participants was an art. We have translated this into the world we live in today and, as a result, are the UK’s leading participant recruitment company for usability research and the UX sector.
Gone is the old style one-way mirror viewing and in comes the high-tech user experience lab with lots of lovely techy stuff to see what users are doing during research.
We won’t rest here! The team are already working on new products and services to further support the world of behavioural insights.
People for Research HQ now occupies a prestige spot just off Queen Square, right in the heart of the vibrant and creative city of Bristol, setting and defining new standards in participant recruitment and management.
PFR teamed up with the National Childbirth Trust to recruit new and expectant parents to take part in research about antenatal and/or postnatal services. The post Case study: recruiting couples for paired user research with the NCT appeared first on People For Research.8:51 AM - 19 Mar 19
Here are a handful of the most in-depth questions asked during our latest webinar about remote research and the answers provided by our experts. The post Webinar Q&A – Top questions about remote user research and recruitment appeared first on People For Research.1:04 PM - 6 Mar 19
Recruiting for and planning remote research was the topic of our third webinar, with special guest Adam Babajee-Pycroft, MD at Natural Interaction. The post Running remote research sessions? These tips are for you appeared first on People For Research.2:55 PM - 1 Mar 19
At PFR, we believe the responsibility of creating accessible digital experiences should not be limited to designers – meet our new Accessibility Collective. The post Meet our Accessibility Collective – a new push towards digital inclusion appeared first on People For Research.9:08 AM - 20 Feb 19
Our third webinar, on Wednesday 27th February, will be about planning and recruiting for remote user research. Adam Babajee-Pycroft is our guest. The post Join our webinar – Remote user research: planning and recruitment appeared first on People For Research.2:10 PM - 7 Feb 19
Sam Menter, co-founder of Mace & Menter, talks service design, the importance of planning ahead and investing in user recruitment. The post Planning research for service design: involving users to avoid “designing blindfolded” appeared first on People For Research.9:12 AM - 15 Jan 19
Inspired by CES 2019, we listed this year's top eight tech trends, with a focus on disruptive technology being developed in the Southwest. The post Top tech trends in 2019: Southwest companies developing disruptive technology appeared first on People For Research.10:06 AM - 10 Jan 19
Rik Williams, User Experience Architect at Alzheimer’s Society, shares his experience of recruiting and involving people with dementia in user research. The post Including people affected by dementia in user-centred design with Alzheimer’s Society appeared first on People For Research.9:38 AM - 18 Dec 18
From new technology to more quantitative research in discovery, our recap of the year highlights the top trends in user research and recruitment. The post 2018 recap: top five user research (and recruitment) trends appeared first on People For Research.10:37 AM - 13 Dec 18
We recently a webinar about GDPR and how the last six months have affected data management and communication with participants in user research. The post How the first six months of GDPR changed user research & recruitment appeared first on People For Research.2:30 PM - 7 Dec 18