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WDN Design Survey has Launched

March 30th, 2009 by smeranda

This morning, the WDN design survey invitation delivery process began. This process involves sending a short email message to our target audiences (prospective students, faculty/staff, current students, alums, parents, extension, etc…) with a link to our online tool to gather responses. When all is said and done, around 90,000 audience members will have received an invitation to participate.

The survey consists of two major sections:

  1. The first section is used to test the look and feel of three possible design candidates for the Fall 2009 redesign. It asks users to submit a rating based on a 2 second analysis. Then an opportunity to spend more time with each design and provide comments and qualitative data is available.
  2. The second section is designed to gather a more generic internet usage blueprint. Questions are arranged based on experiences on and experiences online in general. This is a survey we would like to administer on a regular basis and use the results to determine shifts in audience preferences over time.

Over the coming months, we will be sharing the analysis of both sections of the survey. This blog, upcoming WDN and WAG meetings will be used as avenues for dispersing these results.

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