Our friends at Open Inclusion are looking for people with disabilities to participate in a market-research project for a major company in the beverage industry.
The study takes place in early October, and you can sign up for one of two components: either a survey about your beverage buying and drinking habits, or a two-week diary study on the same subject. This is a paid opportunity: compensation for the diary study has an equivalent value of $185, and compensation for the survey has an equivalent value of $25.
If you take part in the survey, you will answer questions about your experience of buying beverages (at the store and out in restaurants and bars, or other locations where drinks are sold). You’ll be asked about your experience opening, pouring, and drinking beverages. The survey will take around 25 minutes to complete on average.
If you take part in the diary study, you will need to commit four to six hours in total, spread across a two-week period, to write diary entries and record short videos that explain:
- The kinds of beverages you prefer, and how you open, pour, and drink them.
- How you buy beverages and bring them home. (You’ll be asked to take some videos during a shopping trip.)
- What it is like to order and drink a beverage outside of the house. (You’ll be asked to take some videos during a social outing at a restaurant, bar, or other location where beverages are sold.)
If you are interested in participating in this research, fill out the short form at form.jotform.com/232563554363155. If you have any questions, you can contact Open Inclusion at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Open Inclusion anticipates a heavy response, so act quickly if you do have interest.