Can you help the ONS test the usability of their website?

The Office for National Statistics has an ongoing programme of improvements to its website design and contents.  They have created a user-driven website, and need help in continuing this programme so are looking for people to help us with their research and usability testing.  This could involve online surveys or tasks, 1-2-1 usability testing or focus groups and they undertake testing across the country.  The current focus is very much on data dissemination and local area statistics but the research can vary.

 

If you are interested in helping to improve the usability of the ONS website, please sign-up to join their register. There is no obligation to take part - you can choose what's suitable and appropriate to you.

 

For any further information, please contact: alison.davies@ons.gov.uk in the Digital Services, Technology and Methodology Directorate at the Office for National Statistics.

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