We can find out whether someone has visited a web site by using analytics. We can find out whether they got to the end of a transaction by site tracking. But if we want to ask why (motivation), or whether that person considers that the visit was successful (satisfaction) then we have to ask them.
Welcome to the world of surveys.
A survey can be a little question at the end of a web page, or part of a usability test, or a research technique in its own right: a flexible tool.
Why are surveys so easy to do, but so hard to do well?
This deep dive into the world of surveys is aimed at advanced user experience practitioners who want to draw on key topics from survey methodology and psychology to create better surveys.
In this practical 3-hour session, we’ll dive into better questions and better survey processes.
Expect to be challenged.
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