We are working on an exciting research project looking into the usability of smartphone companion apps for diving computers. Companion apps are smartphone apps that are used to connect to a dive computer and perform tasks like managing the settings of the dive computer and download dive logs.
We are looking to recruit research participants to help us carry out our research into making these companion apps better.
The purpose of the research is to make dive computer apps better and in turn make diving better for scuba divers.
The research consists of two parts, both carried out at the same time.
In total we will need between 45-60 minutes of your time.
Participants will be paid £20 for their time at the end of the usability test & interview.
For us to effectively analyse the findings of the session and to avoid having to make handwritten notes we will record both the interview and usability test with a smartphone. The video/audio will not be made public and we fully comply with GDPR legislation. The recordings will be deleted at the end of the project.
We are actively recruiting participants 18+ but under 70 who can meet us in Edinburgh and the surrounding areas.
Participants will meet the following criteria:
We will find a mutually convenient location in or around Edinburgh. This could be at your home, our studio or a public location like a quiet coffee shop.
We are looking to carry out our research in September and the beginning of October 2023.
If you are interested but have questions please contact Alex at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 0131 605 6049 between 0900 and 1900 Monday to Sunday