We help organizations access rural and urban populations throughout the UK to support the development of products targeted to the UK market. Our data-driven and evidence-based recommendations give you the confidence to deliver an experience that the user expects, needs, and wants!
Testing in the UK
Our team has conducted research in London for over a decade. Our long-established vendor relationships with research labs and recruitment agencies allow us to deliver high-quality data insights. We guide you through identifying user behavior and adhering to regulatory requirements unique to the UK.
London is comprised of users from various cultural perspectives and backgrounds. This wide range of languages and dialects offers a unique advantage to conduct research within specific language communities.
In addition to UX research and human factors research, we also specialize in the following applications of research methods, products, and industries:
Check UX: Consumer Duty
We provide UX reviews to help firms ensure that their digital products and services align with the UX principles that speak to FCA Consumer Duty compliance.
Our team employs various proven research methods to generate a rich understanding of how users interact with CUIs and what motivates their behavior.
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A global technology company wanted to collect feedback on potential in-product support features, scenarios, and concepts.
A national research organization that boasts one of the largest opinion panels in the country, wanted to both increase the response rate to their outreach material and attract a more representative sample for their annual recruitment cycle.
A global technology company sought to investigate ways to collaborate with intelligent technology to create customized and impactful outcomes for their users.
A global technology company sought to understand user privacy and safety thresholds in a global qualitative & quantitative research study.
A Fortune 50 healthcare organization was developing an AI-enabled electronic medical record designed to improve providers’ situational awareness, communication, collaboration, and response.
A global technology company wanted to drive buy-in for a new service that challenged existing assumptions.
A global technology company sought to understand how best to apply AI offerings across a suite of products.
A global provider of network-based security threat detection systems sought to evaluate the user interface provided with its suite of products.
An auto manufacturer sought to evaluate key features and workflows of two different mobile app prototypes.
A multinational tech company needed to improve how different user groups monitor business performance of their games and apps.
A major telecommunications company sought to understand mobile phone accessibility and usability issues unique to visually impaired users.
A major European games publisher needed to perfect their process to increase subscriptions.
A provider of digital payment services sought testing of various prototypes designed to allow customers to shop and pay using smart speaker technology.
A global telecommunications company sought to explore areas of opportunity for growth in the augmented reality space.
A global technology company needed guidelines for voice-controlled multi-platform game development.