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Immediately beneath the banner is our horizontal navigation, providing links to the Ipsos.com website; the Ipsos MORI research specialist areas; and My Ipsos MORI.
Below this is the breadcrumb navigation. These will show you the navigation path from the homepage to the current page.
On the left hand side is our main vertical navigation bar. These have been colour-coded to help you locate pages within specific areas on the website. As you navigate around the website, these will indicate the location of the page you are on.
On the right hand side of the homepage you will find feature boxes containing our key contact details; a link to our office locations; and latest news and feature highlights.
As you navigate around the website, these feature boxes will appear on the right hand side with contact details and content highlights specific to that area of the website.
In the footer of every page, you will find links to Sitemap | Legal | How to use this site.
Throughout the website, you will see a tag cloud. Keyword-based tag clouds are a way to organise lots of information. Keyword tags are short descriptions for a subject - like keywords.
If you click on a tag within the cloud, it will take you to a list of publications related to that keyword.
The size of the tag text in the cloud graphic relates to the number of pages that have been published related to that particular tag. The larger the tag text, the more research that has been published about that tag topic.
Within the Research Archive, the tag cloud relates to the archive of polls that we have done. Again, clicking on a term will refine the list of polls to show only those containing that keyword.
These are rotating banner boxes that appear on the home page and the right hand side of research specialism pages. These boxes feature our latest thinking and items of interest related to that specialist area so you can see our recent published research.
These are large rotating banners that appear at the top of the home page and the top of research specialism pages. These banners feature key events and research findings as well as new content within the specialist area.
A sitemap features in the footer of every page, providing links to key areas of the new website.
If you cannot find content through navigation or the sitemap, a search box is available on every page. Begin typing a search term into the box and you will be prompted for key words and phrases from our research archive. You will also see the number of items the search will return. Click on the arrow or press [Enter] to begin your search.
The search results page shows your results with links and a description. Navigate from page to page using the blue arrows above the results. “My Recent Searches” shows a list of terms you recently entered into the Search box. Click on an item to re-run that search. My Ipsos MORI users can save their searches into their personalised page.
Refine your Search
Refine your search by using the choices on the right hand side. Click a Content Type to narrow your search to a page type, such as publications, polls or events. If you choose Poll Archive, you can refine your results using themes. If you choose Publications, you can refine your list by Research Specialism.
You can choose multiple content types by clicking on them. Remove any by clicking “remove” in the blue results bar or clicking on the grey bin next to the Content Type.
You can also refine your search using dates or related keywords.
Research & Publications contain our archive of polls and latest publications and thought pieces.
In the Research Archive, you can view polls by Theme and/or by Year. Polls are ordered by most recent publication date by default. You an also order them by last Fieldwork date or by title. Each poll contains the relevant theme; fieldwork dates; and related keywords. Click on a keyword to find other polls related to that keyword.
In Publications, you can view publications by Research Specialism and/or by Year. Publications are ordered by most recent publication date by default. You an also order them by last title. Each publication detail page contains the relevant specialist area; file size; and related keywords. Click on a keyword to find other publications related to that keyword.
Registration: Our key reports will only be available if you register. Logged-in My Ipsos MORI users will not need to re-register for these reports. The details you provide in the registration form will not be used to send you unsolicited e-mails, and will not be sold to a third party. Privacy Statement.
The Our Clients section contains our most recent case studies and client testimonials. You can view case studies by Research Specialism and/or by Sector. Case studies are ordered by most recent publication date by default. You can also order them by title. Each case study detail page contains the relevant specialist area; sector; file size; and related keywords. Click on a keyword to find other case studies. related to that keyword.
The Ipsos MORI website has a number of sharing options that appear at the bottom of every page.
- Add to My Ipsos MORI: This option adds that page to the list of pages that appear under My Favourites in your My Ipsos MORI page.
- Bookmark & Share: This option offers 50+ services through which you can share Ipsos MORI web pages. If you see an Ipsos MORI web page that you find interesting and want share it with other people, simply click on one of these social networking links to add to your list.
- Send this page by email: This facility allows a user to e-mail links to Ipsos MORI pages to friends, family, colleagues and associates
- Print this page: Offers a print-friendly version of the page and offers to print it for you.
My Ipsos MORI is a new feature of the Ipsos MORI website. Registering your details enables personalisation features to aid your use of the website. Registered users will be able to download register-for only reports. Additionally, the event registration form will contain clients' details should they wish to register to attend an event. As a registered user, you will enjoy these features:
- My Favourites: This is a list of pages bookmarked through the Add to My Ipsos MORI. Click on a link to access the page. Remove an item from the list by clicking on the grey bin next to the link.
- My Downloads: This is a list of publications you have downloaded. Click on a link to download a report. Remove an item from the list by clicking on the grey bin next to the link.
- My Searches: This is list of searches you have saved. Rerun these searches by clicking on a link. Remove them by clicking on the grey bin next to the link.
Privacy note - Your information: Ipsos MORI will use the information you have provided in the registration form in order to provide you with your own personalised section of our web site. Where you have indicated that you want to receive updates from us, we will use your email address to send you newsletters and other information covering the area(s) you selected. We may also use your phone and email contact details in order to provide you with further information about events that may be of interest and the services we provide. You can opt out of receiving this information from us by ticking the appropriate boxes before you register. You can also change your mind after you register by contacting us.
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