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Participants required for our User Research Programme

26 September 2019

We carry out regular research sessions to find out how people use existing digital services provided by the Gambling Commission, and what they need from new services.

This helps us create services that work better for all our users.

We have recently completed rounds of user research related to our Public Registers, and found this to be very beneficial to all those involved.

Finding out what works and what needs to be improved is incredibly important to us, so we require people to try out new digital services and provide us with feedback.

As such, we are now seeking participants to register for our User Research Programme. Once registered, we will use your details to contact you about specific user research sessions that we feel you may want to be involved in.

Getting involved in our ongoing User Research Programme may include:

  • responding to questionnaires (approx. 5 - 10 minutes)
  • telephone session (approx. 45 minutes)
  • face-to-face session (approx. 45 minutes)
  • commission workshop (approx. half a day).

Join the programme

You can register to join the user research programme online. We’ll ask you 9 short questions that should take about 2 minutes to complete.

Further information

If you would like to find out more information about the User Research Programme or if you have any further questions about our user research then please email us at (opens in new tab)

To obtain more information about how we will use your details please refer to our privacy policy.

Last updated: 6 August 2021

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