The quickest way to gather data from lots of sources is by using forms and surveys. This method is popular with teams that don’t have enough resources to do face-to-face interviews or field studies. Users can get more time to think through answers.
Chances are you’ve probably done, and maybe even written, a few surveys. But let’s talk about the UX of surveys. Have you ever stopped the consider the experience someone has while filling out a survey?
In today’s post I’m going to detail some ways to write better surveys that engage users and provide more reliable data.
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