News & Views


10 New Bods!

April 10, 2017

Welcome to the family… It’s been another huge year for us at ResearchBods as we progress strongly into 2017 with a flurry of amazing new talent joining the business. We are ecstatic to announce 10 new Bods have come on board.   The growth comes across all of our departments as we secured major contracts […]


Data Distillation

December 7, 2016

What does premium vodka and ResearchBods data have in common? Allow Isaac, our in-house Data Scientist, to explain


We’re Hiring!

November 11, 2016

We are looking for an experienced Client Services Manager to join our team.


Dead Good UX

October 31, 2016

We’ve then taken a stab at putting together 5 dead good UX techniques that, if you’re practicing them, mean you’re doing a spooktactular job!

Halloween - Psycho

Nightmare of a Survey

This Halloween our in-grave Data Scientist, Isaac (not Newton), forced himself to go to the deepest darkest realms of his scripting mind, unearthing a real nightmare of a survey!

Design process

How to design a questionnaire for optimum insights

October 25, 2016

What steps should you take when designing a questionnaire?


ResearchBods win Coca-Cola contract

October 21, 2016

Coca-Cola have appointed ResearchBods to build and manage a major Insight Community across Western Europe on their behalf.


Launching #RespondentsFirst

October 3, 2016

Why is the respondent experience an important consideration when issuing research tasks?


Bod Spotlight

September 15, 2016

Meet Adam, our Front-end Developer…


Teens don’t go online, they live online.

September 14, 2016

A passive metering study of teenagers app and internet usage.


We’re Hiring!

September 2, 2016

We’re looking for a recent graduate to join our ex-plor team as an Online Community Manager.

kamino retail

Retail Spotlight – Just how loyal are supermarket customers?

August 24, 2016

Using kamino’s geo-location technology 400 supermarket shoppers GPS whereabouts were tracked over a 2 week period to test if their perceived supermarket loyalty was reflected in their actual shopping behaviour.