Areas of specialism
- Qualitative research methodologies
- Quantitative research methodologies
- Mobile/Digital ethnography
- Desk research
- Diversity and Inclusivity
Scott’s role at Shift Insight is a varied one. Although primarily undertaking qualitative and quantitative data analysis, he also manages the smooth conducting of the research process across a range of project types. He is a mixed-method researcher with a depth of experience in both qualitative and quantitative research. He is also highly proficient in the management of survey dissemination and data processing, as well as developing and reporting on research findings, always maintaining high attention to detail. He has contributed to valuable insights for clients from a range of sectors, including Oxford University Press, British Red Cross and The LEGO Group.
Scott also has a secondary role at Shift as Diversity and Inclusion Representative, ensuring all of Shift’s research is socially conscious and accessible to all.
Prior to Shift Insight, Scott worked with both the University of Warwick as a Social Research Assistant and King’s College London as a Policy Research Assistant with their Biomedical Research Centre. This followed his undergraduate and postgraduate degrees in Sociology at the University of Warwick, where he achieved a 1:1 and Distinction respectively, and gained not only a strong understanding of both qualitative and quantitative research methods, but also the issues of equality and diversity that are essential to his D&I Representative role.