A few weekends ago, I decided to take my son to the zoo. Now that he’s old enough to actually appreciate seeing all the animals, it was a total blast watching his excitement over just about every animal there. We took our time at various exhibits, tried to follow the map to get to the exhibits he wanted to see… Read more »
Before I get going, I want to start by defining “audiences.” In this context, the audiences in question are those who we are asking to participate in our market research studies. Typically, the failure is happening with quantitative studies, not qualitative studies (at least, in my experience, this is the case). In quantitative surveys, we find bloated surveys, biz-speak language,… Read more »
Writing survey questions can seem like a walk in the park until you realize how many ways there are to do it poorly. From leading questions to hitting a double-header in just one question, there are a number of things to watch for when putting together your survey questions. Bias I’ll touch on this briefly because I have a full… Read more »
You’ve finally reached a point where you’re ready to dive into programming your survey. If you don’t already have survey software you’ve used in the past (or if you’re looking to renew a license and exploring options), this step can feel pretty daunting as you try to figure out the best price for the features available. Here are some tips… Read more »
Likert. Likert-style. Positive. Negative. Words. Numbers. There is so much about scales for surveys that can be so confusing when you get right down to it. Truth be told, choosing the right scales and right scale setup for your questions in your survey can be both easier than expected and tougher than expected. Let’s look at how scale selection and… Read more »
After a couple weeks off while I was heads-down working on deliverables, the Friday Five is back! MR best practices get a bit spun on their heads, someone else gets excited about virtual reality’s uses in MR, and more!