Posts Tagged ‘Survey’

[Survey] The State of App Modernization – How Do You Compare?

Application modernization is a critical challenge for any organization looking to compete. Speed to market, agility, innovation — these are the make-or-break qualities that determine if you will lead your industry or fall behind competition. These are the benefits that can be realized by modernizing your applications. We’d love to get your input on how […]

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5 Ways to Identify User Trends with Surveys

Why Guess at User Trends? With advancements in technology paired with our everyday consumer experiences, today’s user trends are in constant flux. When the technology that’s supposed to help us doesn’t, it’s frustrating, and even with the most successful projects, your users are going to have questions. Identifying the reasons behinds user trends can sometimes […]

Pilot Testing Your Surveys is Not About Getting a License to Fly

It’s about not crashing the plane. “Wow, I certainly missed that one” is not what you want to say at the end of a research project that crashed into the ground. In the process of developing usability tests or surveys, we can become experts about what users think, or so we believe. For this post, […]

Quick Survey for 2010

MSDN has a neat web part you can use for polls – Quick Surveys. Unfortunately the link to read more leads to an error. Since I had to figure out what might have been at that mysterious location, I figured I’d document the findings. I made some minor updates to the code to work a […]