Whether you’re out to make a simple survey for school or an extensive form to measure customer loyalty, make sure it ticks the following boxes:
Do you want to find out what people think of your product? Or do you want to come up with a to-do list to improve your product based on your customers’ opinion? These two objectives may sound alike, but require you to collect different types of data – and thus make different surveys.
General demographic questions aside, make sure you only ask questions that help you meet your objective. Keep your survey short but sweet, use a survey tool that has skip logic, and ask your questions the right way too.
Branded surveys give off a unique vibe that speaks to respondents, strengthening your brand’s identity. Not a brand owner? Your survey’s looks still matter! Decide on a font and colour scheme and use it throughout to keep respondents attentive and engaged.
Be honest … Do you like taking part in a survey that doesn’t offer a chance at winning something? Neither do your (potential) respondents.
Don’t waste 1 second of your time creating a boring survey. We’ve got bells and whistles others don’t. Captivate! Engage! Be belly and whistly!
Time to expose your little work of art! We won’t hold you back! And your perfectly responsive design won’t either.
It’s the Information Age! Wait until you see how easily and in how many forms we’ll serve up the data you’ve just gathered!