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BBC retains Uservision on usability framework


By The Drum Team, Editorial

August 4, 2009 | 2 min read

The BBC has retained Edinburgh based digital specialists User Vision to its preferred supplier framework for usability and accessibility research.

The agency has been retained to continue supporting the BBC through usability testing and other research, having over the past few years conducted usability research projects for the BBC on web, interactive TV and mobile platforms, as well as researching the use of technologies by people with disabilities.

Chris Rourke, managing director of User Vision, commented: "The projects we have conducted for the BBC, such as looking at the iPlayer user experience, have been fascinating due to the pioneering nature of the BBC and the technologies involved.

“As broadcasting converges with the web across several platforms, this is sure to continue and we are looking forward to helping shape the user experience.”

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