Posts from Month: May 2021

Housing developers discover the advantages of attitude research

Given that house building is such an emotive subject, the ability of housing developers to use attitude research is opening up real possibilities to avoid the usual stand-off. By objectively understanding not just residents’ concerns but their potential hopes from the outset, developers now have a potential way forward when faced with a very vocal […]

PIL testing post-Brexit

As the dust settles on Brexit, it is interesting to consider the impact on the user testing of Patient Information Leaflets (PILs), which was originally a requirement under European law, Article 59(3) of Directive 2001/83/EC as amended by Directive 2004/27/EC. PIL regulation is now governed by UK law, with guidance on the production of PILs […]