Chelseas Go Fund Me

Sunday, February 28, 2016

WORLDWIDE~US Veterans~$75

The U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) is conducting a research study to help with the redesign of a portion of their website and has hired UserWorks, Inc., a market research firm, to recruit individuals for this study.  The redesigned section of a website is being tested to ensure that the content is organized in a way that makes sense to its users. We are looking for veterans who have been diagnosed with, or have an interest in learning more about various health conditions to take part in this online activity.

The online activity takes about 60 minutes to complete and you can do the study from the comfort of your home or office. Sessions are available from Thursday, March 10, 2016 through Friday, March, 18, 2016. Participants will be given a $75 gift as a thank you.

Please answer the following questions about yourself. If you qualify and are selected to participate, we will follow up with you by email or telephone. Please make sure you enter your email address and telephone number correctly so that we can reach you.  If you have previously completed a survey for this focus group, there is no need to do so again.

Your answers to these questions will be treated as confidential and will not be shared with anyone, nor will your name, email address or other identifying information be associated with any data reported to our client.

Please feel free to forward this email to anyone you know who may be interested in participating in this study.

  •   Veterans 
  •  An online activity lasting about 60 minutes  

  •   Sessions are available in early March 10, 2016     through March 18, 2016

  •   From your home or office computer

If you are interested in participating, please click on the button below to answer a few brief questions.
Answer Pre-Qualification Questions
If you are unable to click the button, simply copy and paste this URL into your browser:

Thank you for your continued interest in participating in usability studies and focus groups.