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SURVEY: Tell a major Smartphone and Tablet Manufacturer about your User Experience
Posted by Arne Hess - on Monday, 23.01.12 - 14:48:18 CET under 06 - Site News - Viewed 20999x
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Join the::unwired for our first end-user user experience (UX) survey we are hosting for a major smartphone and tablet manufacturer. As mentioned in the previous posting, a manufacturer wants to understand his users better because he "doesn't want to build devices for himself but for you, the end user"! Therefore the survey is about en-user experience and how end users like or dislike certain features. The survey will have up to 15 really shot question which should verify the one or the other manufacturer opinion. This allows all survey participants to direct the manufacturer into the one or the other direction because he's totally open to whatever the final result will be!

The manufacturer promised that he's taking the result serious and your opinions might make it into future products, who knows! So join the survey today, it's only taking a minute or two!

The more smartphone and tablet users participate, the better and sharper the results. So don't forget to tell your friends and retweet or reshare on Facebook!

Disclaimer: This is an anonymous survey which is hosted by Google Docs! Google might store user information but neither the::unwired nor the manufacturer nor any other participating website is storing any personal user data!

Thanks a lot for your participation!

Cheers ~ Arne


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