Google Usability Lab Study – $75 / 60 minutes

By | August 3, 2015

Very very slow out there folks but just stumbled onto this fantastic opportunity for anyone interested. Putting it out as a blog post in hopes some of you subscribers get first crack at it. Good luck & don’t forget to check out the forum for more opportunities posted today!

We’re currently looking for people to participate in 60 minute usability studies on August 10th to 14th This study is an opportunity to provide feedback on something that’s currently in development. This study will help Google better understand your needs in order to incorporate them into future product enhancements.

To verify your eligibility, please complete this brief questionnaire: 

Google Usability Test
If you are selected to participate, we’ll then be in touch directly to discuss details and set your appointment time.

Details of the study:
– The duration of the study session is 60 minutes
– You will receive a $75 gift code to Perks (, our incentives distributor, as a thank-you gift if you are chosen to participate. Their online catalog includes gift cards from VISA and a variety of retailers.

To participate you will need to:
– Be at least 18 years old
– Accept the terms of our Usability Non-Disclosure Agreement
– Allow us to video or audio record the session

**Please note that you won’t be compensated for responding to this questionnaire; you’ll receive a gratuity only if you actually attend a study session with Google.**

Thank you for your time!
The Google User Experience Research Group

Location: online via GotoMeeting
Compensation: $75 for a 60 minute study.
Principals only. Recruiters, please don’t contact this job poster.
Please, no phone calls about this job!
Please do not contact job poster about other services, products or commercial interests.

4 thoughts on “Google Usability Lab Study – $75 / 60 minutes

  1. Michele

    I agree, soooo slow. I just applied for this one. Odd, no where did they ask for name, email, phone yet at the end it said if I qualify they would be in touch shortly. How will they know who to contact?

    1. paul2015 Post author

      Strange they changed it- I wonder if the study was filled? That is a different form but the same link I used so my guess is they filled it and that was the polite way of saying no need for more 🙁

      Like a ghost town out there I guess everyone jumped on it. I have been hitting up all the old survey platforms to make a few extra bucks- forgot how fun that is 🙁 I have been getting some nice ones on Opinion Outpost but I have some horrible memories of getting 15 minutes deep into those only to get DQ.. It always happens when you least expect it and it seems like they are just handing you the money- then SLAM!

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