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Join the Research Panel to make SilverStripe tools even better

Here's your chance to help improve SilverStripe tools to ensure they work for you. Share your experience, and try out new features before they are released into the wild.

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At SilverStripe, we are always looking for ways to improve what we develop. Understanding how businesses and individuals use our products and services helps us stay focused to build the most relevant things.

You now have the chance to share your experience with our tools and give us feedback. Try out new features before they get released and make sure they work for you.

Join the SilverStripe User Research Panel

More about panel

The panel includes CMS Administrators, Content Authors, Developers, and Process Managers. If that sounds like you, then you could have the chance to provide insights for the following tools:

Get involved in upcoming research:

  • SilverStripe 4.0.0 beta1 user testing
  • SilverStripe content blocks

What to expect

By signing up to the panel, members will have the opportunity to get involved when we’re doing research. This could include online surveys, interviews, or in-person user testing. You can opt-out at any time and we’ll keep your contact details and responses confidential. If you are lucky, we may give you some treats and swag.

We're looking forward to having you as part of the panel.

About the author
Paul Clarke

Paul has a solid background in the design industry and brings a fusion of creative flair and technical knowledge to his projects.

He joined the SilverStripe design team after returning from Hong Kong, where he worked as a graphic designer and front-end developer. With a background in graphic design, web development and commercial print, he brings a great deal of versatility to his role.

Paul believes there's plenty of room for improvement to both the functionality and aesthetics of most websites/applications and his aim is just that–improve the web. He has enjoyed many overseas adventures–including an 8-year stint in Europe and looks forward to seeing more of the world with his family.

In his spare time, Paul enjoys water sports (both melted and frozen), riding his classic 1978 Motorbike and hanging with his family.

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