People for Research are currently working in partnership with the BBC Sport team who are looking to speak with people (aged 18+) living with an impairment or accessibility need that affects the way in which they use the internet.
The BBC are conducting paid website testing on parts of their website to ensure it is inclusive for all and the best way to do this is to ask for feedback from the people who use it on a regular basis.
Are you a visually-impaired football fan who uses assistive technology? We are interested in speaking to those who have limited sight, no sight or are colour blind.
The testing will take place on the 23rd and 26th June, where the researchers can conduct testing in people’s homes or at another location nearby (e.g. a Sports Club or work) if preferred. All sessions will last 60 minutes and will take place during the day. Our research team can travel 2 hours from Salford, Manchester to conduct the session.
As a thank you for their feedback the participant will receive £50 via bank transfer.
If you would like more information, feel free to Email Nicole Partington or phone on 0117302 3386.
Nicole Partington, Project Manager, People for Research.
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