survey methodology is the field that studies the sampling of individuals from a population with a view towards making statistical inferences about the population using the sample.

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1-10 survey questions and options on a mobile device

Many survey questions ask the respondent to choose one option from 10 (e.g. the Net Promoter Score). However Apple's HIG recommend that touch targets on mobile have a minimum of 44x44pts. So we have ...
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Lab-Based vs. Field-based study for mobile (location-based) application

Hopefully I've found the right corner of StackExchange... Coming to my point, a few information are needed. The following paragraph is nothing more than an introduction, but might be important for my ...
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Capturing UX using Factorial vignette studies

I am wondering if anyone has attempted to use Factorial vignette studies e.g., constant variable value vignettes or contrastive vignette techniques to explore UX for futuristic systems. I am looking ...
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Does bulk editing questions in a survey form give better UX?

I am asked to give the option for bulk editing for a survey form. The user should be able to edit similar questions (like All Rating questions) at the same time, then bulk edit 1 question and "Apply ...
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How should I phrase survey questions for a list of enhancements of my app?

I did around 20 beta customer interviews and got 30 survey responses 1 month after I released the beta version of my app. I was able to flesh out potential problems and determine the best solutions ...
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What impact should be expected from the inclusion of mandatory user surveys?

Our sales/marketing team are desperate to know more about specific customers (for example: "How large is your company?"). We are considering implementing a mandatory survey after logon with three ...