Researching how visual communication can build understanding between drivers and cyclists
Aim of this research
The aim is to see how communication can help drivers and cyclists understand each other, to enhance road safety. I’m investigating ways of making information about safe road sharing more personally relevant to all road users.
Type of volunteers needed
- drives a motor vehicle regularly, OR
- rides a bicycle regularly, OR
- does both.
What would I be asked to do? How much time would it take?
You will be asked to try an online prototype design and give feedback via an online survey. The whole process will take approximately ten minutes.
What’s in it for me?
You’ll contribute directly to a creative process! Your input will help shape the design approach and contribute to a better understanding of how to impact attitudes to road safety.
How can I volunteer or find out more?
- Ready to test the prototype? Click here
- Need more facts before you decide? Read information for participants
- Still got questions? Email Carolyn King
Please note: Griffith University conducts research in accordance with the National Statement on Ethical Conduct in Human Research, and information about ethics and privacy is included in the information for participants (GU ref 2019/540).