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Shazia Ali

Freelance

Qualitative Research Consultant

With a solid 14 years research experience Shazia has built up strong credentials in the field of working with the Family and youth market particularly in the media and FMCG sectors. Having employed a range of techniques including ethnography and co-creation workshops, Shazia is able to best advise clients on the most suitable qualitative techniques to ensure true actionable insights. Clients worked with include the likes of CITV, Cartoon Network, CSCM and the BBC to name a few.

 

Shazia's Sessions

Research: Kids and Co-viewing. Is it a screen thing? (rpt)

06 July 2012, 2:00pm-3:30pm
Showroom Cinema 1

Session Blog We’ve conducted a 360 degree investigation into kids’ co-viewing behaviour. This will show, from a kids perspective, their favourite and most common interactions with TV and social media, what they’d like to be able to do more of, how this changes from younger to older kids and how…

Research: Kids and Co-viewing. Is it a screen thing?

05 July 2012, 5:10pm-5:40pm
Showroom Cinema 1

An up to date, real life portrayal of what ‘co-viewing’ means in the context of kids’ lives today and what the implications are for kids’ media content in the future.

Research: Children, Tablets, and the Future (rpt)

06 July 2012, 9:40am-10:40am
Showroom Cinema 1

How Tablets are opening up new opportunities for children’s creativity, motivation to learn, and social skills.

Research: Children, Tablets, and the Future

05 July 2012, 2:10pm-3:10pm
Showroom Cinema 1

How Tablets are opening up new opportunities for children’s creativity, motivation to learn, and social skills.

Research: Under The Sesame Tree (rpt)

06 July 2012, 9:40am-10:40am
Showroom Cinema 1

The challenges of creating a post-conflict public service co-production that appeals to and benefits young children.

Research: Under The Sesame Tree

05 July 2012, 2:10pm-3:10pm
Showroom Cinema 1

The challenges of creating a post-conflict public service co-production that appeals to and benefits young children.