Inclusive user research: recruiting participants (by Ela Gorla on Tetralogical’s blog)
Tetralogical are doing a great series of articles on running inclusive research. Their latest is about recruiting participants and covers whether you should recruit people with disabilities as part of your testing and if so who, and how many, and how to recruit them.
Finding participants for user research - Service Manual (GOV.UK)
It’s also important to do research with all the different kinds of people who may need your service, including those who: have disabilities or use assistive technologies; have limited digital skills or poor literacy; and may need help to use your service.
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