ANN: new book-in-progress on survey design

3 Sep 2010 - 11:54am
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Louis Rosenfeld
2007

(apologies for duplicate postings)

Hi, I'm pleased to announce that Caroline Jarrett has just begun work on a new Rosenfeld Media book, Surveys That Work.  Even if you've not actually designed a survey, we'll wager that your experiences taking them have led you to conclude that there's more than meets the eye to designing surveys. And while there are many books on survey design, none are geared toward the needs of UX people. Caroline's book will ensure that you'll be able to design surveys with confidence and finish with good, useful, and actionable data.

You can keep up with the book by visiting its siterosenfeldmedia.com/books/survey-design/

...or follow @cjforms and @rosenfeldmedia
...or subscribe to its RSS feedfeeds.rosenfeldmedia.com/survey-design/
...or be notified (and get a discount) when it goes on sale: 
   rosenfeldmedia.com/books/survey-design/info/publication_notification/

Please participate and spread the word; many thanks!

cheers


Louis Rosenfeld :: http://louisrosenfeld.com :: @louisrosenfeld
Rosenfeld Media :: http://rosenfeldmedia.com :: @rosenfeldmedia


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3 Sep 2010 - 1:05pm
jayeffvee
2007

I for one don't mind hearing about this several times - I'm so looking
forward to getting this book.

:-)

When I was creating a user survey for a survey company early this year
(eek!), I went looking for good advice on constructing good surveys,
and it became altogether too plain the need for this book. So glad
it's now forthcoming.

Thanks, Lou, Caroline, and Rosenfeld Media!

On Sep 3, 2010, at 1:21 PM, Louis Rosenfeld wrote:

> (apologies for duplicate postings) > > Hi, I'm pleased to announce that Caroline Jarrett has just begun > work on a new Rosenfeld Media book, /Surveys That Work. /Even if > you've not actually designed a survey, we'll wager that your > experiences taking them have led you to conclude that there's more
> than > meets the eye to designing surveys. And while there are many books on > survey design, none are geared toward the needs of UX people. > Caroline's > book > will ensure that you'll be able to design surveys with > confidence and finish with good, useful, and actionable data. > > You > can keep up with the book by visiting its site:
> rosenfeldmedia.com/books/survey-design/ [1] > > ...or follow @cjforms [2] > and @rosenfeldmedia [3] > ...or > subscribe to its RSS feed: feeds.rosenfeldmedia.com/survey- > design/ [4] > ...or be notified (and get a discount) when it goes on sale: > > rosenfeldmedia.com/books/survey-design/info/ > publication_notification/ [5] > > Please participate and spread the word; many thanks! > > cheers > > Louis Rosenfeld :: http://louisrosenfeld.com [6] :: @louisrosenfeld > Rosenfeld Media :: http://rosenfeldmedia.com [7] > :: @rosenfeldmedia > > >

3 Sep 2010 - 3:44pm
Caroline Jarrett
2007

Thanks, Joan.

I'd love to hear more about your survey - here, or offline, or at the book's web site. Any tips to share? Pitfalls to avoid?

Best

Caroline Jarrett

http://www.rosenfeldmedia.com/books/survey-design/

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