Monday Afternoon Seminar: Online surveys are mixed-device surveys: issues in designing mobile-friendly surveysISER External Seminars

Abstract:
Online surveys are one of the most widely used instrument for data collection. As a researcher, you never know on forehand on which device a respondent is going to complete your survey. More and more people use tablets and smartphones for survey completion. As a result, online surveys should be designed in such a way that they are user-friendly on regular desktop PC, tablet and smartphone. I will discuss three issues that come with mobile-friendly surveys:
1. Designing for small screen sizes
2. Designing for short surveys (data chunking or modular survey design)
3. Using sensor data (GPS, accelerometers, camera, video, etc-> with associated issues of consent and privacy)

Presented by:

Vera Toepel, University of Utrecht

Date & time:

12 Feb 2018 16:00 pm - 12 Feb 2018 17:30 pm

Venue:

2N2.4.16


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