Help make products great and earn £70 in the process

Help make products great and earn £70 in the process

Are you interested in taking part in research to ensure future apps, websites and services are accessible and provide a great user experience? If so, you may want to get in touch with System Concepts. They run lots of exciting research project throughout the year and are looking for people to take part.

System Concepts latest project is looking at improving the experience of a money handling app for your mobile phone. In particular, for this research they are looking for:

  • People who own an Android phone or iPhone and have dexterity issues or tremors in their upper limbs that affect how they use their phone
  • People who own an Android phone and rely on text resize and magnification gestures to use their phone.

Research sessions take place at System Concepts’ office just off the strand in London, where you will meet with one of their friendly researchers and get to try out the latest version of the app before it is launched. The sessions are very informal and involve you talking to the research about your thoughts on the app.

If you are invited to take part in this project, they will offer a £70 incentive to cover your time (1-hour) as well as covering your transport costs (up to the value of £30).

If you are interested in finding out more, please contact Caroline at or call 02072403388.

Please note, System Concepts runs sessions on lots of different products and services throughout the year. If you do not meet the requirements above, but would still be interested in taking part in other research projects in the future, they would still love to hear from you, so please get in touch with Caroline.

By Disability Horizons

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