Have you heard that my book is available from Rosenfeld Media? Surveys that work: A practical guide for designing and running better surveys. In the book, you’ll find a seven-step process for designing, running, and reporting on a survey: GoalsContinue reading… Surveys That Work: An excerpt from Chapter 1, Goals
When FocusVision asked me to do my webinar about the Survey Octopus for their webinar series, I felt honoured and a little nervous. Would my ideas about surveys really be valuable to their audience of market research professionals, many ofContinue reading… Surveys that work: a webinar for FocusVision
Some of us find that colleagues or clients think of ‘doing a survey’ as the same as ‘doing some research’ – which may explain why organisations send out so many survey requests. In this webinar, for UXPA International, I introducedContinue reading… Surveys that work: a webinar for UXPA
Hi! You’re reading this, correct? What about someone who has low literacy? What does that actually mean for them? Low literacy means ‘not good at reading’ There’s a lot of low literacy about. One major investigation in the UK discoveredContinue reading… What does low literacy mean in practice?
Back in January 2020, I did a thing we don’t do any more: go to a conference. It was New Adventures 2020 in Nottingham and I chose it for two reasons: Andrew Travers recommended it, and I wanted to hearContinue reading… Live and live differently – an Effortmark poster
Recently, Amy Hupe asked this question on Twitter: Who’s got a really clear and concise explanation of what design systems are, that would make sense to someone who’s never come across one before? We had a good discussion and IContinue reading… What is a design system?
Someone asked me about writing good questions for forms. As usual I recommended the NHS Digital service manual page as a favourite resource – and then I thought “have I put that on my website?”. And I hadn’t. So hereContinue reading… “Write good questions for forms” advice in the NHS Digital service manual
What does co-design mean to you? The Effortmark poster for World Usability Day 2020 celebrates some of the things that co-design means to me. At the end of September 2020, I attended the inaugural meeting of a cross-government co-design community.Continue reading… A poster for co-design
If you’ve tried to code digital forms entirely by hand then you’ll know why we value form builders so much – digital tools that help with the process of getting the right questions into the right order. But even theContinue reading… A chat about forms and form builders – xgov
29th September 2020 was a really fun day for me because I attended the first meeting of a co-design community. The idea came from Janet Hughes, Delivery director working on farming and countryside at Defra. It wasn’t entirely a coincidenceContinue reading… Hello, co-design community