During this unsettling time where many teams are having to re-think their approach to research projects, we have received a host of enquiries about access to participants for remote research.
With most people in the UK staying at home now, recruitment for remote research is more effective than ever as people have more availability. In fact, we have seen a surge in participants applying to take part in remote research and testing projects – this ranges from 30 minute remote usability testing through to multi-week long remote diary studies, and everything in-between.
Specialist research recruiters since 2008
We formed our specialist recruitment company ‘Bunnyfield’ 12 years ago to recruit for Bunnyfoot’s consultancy projects – they got so good at it others wanted this service too for their research and testing. So for the last decade we have provided fieldwork recruitment as a service to third parties.
The team are very experienced at scheduling and supporting clients on remote/online projects (in the UK and internationally) and this skill and experience is particularly coming to the fore now. The team are well versed in working with a wide range of remote technology and provide extra support setting up test calls to ensure sessions run smoothly.
Over the last 3 weeks Bunnyfield have been busy sourcing participants from our large national database for remote moderated user testing, diary studies, interviews, surveys and more.
Access to a more diverse audience
One of the greatest benefits to running remote research sessions is that you can gather insight from a much wider geographic sample of your audience and are not restricted by participants needing to attend a session in a specific location. This means you can tap into customers throughout the UK and around the world including those with mobility or accessibility needs.
Looking for participants for your remote research project? Get in touch with one of our expert recruiters, we’d love to talk.