Questions tagged [audience]

An audience is a group of people who participate in a show or encounter a work of art, literature (in which they are called "readers"), theatre, music (in which they are called "listeners"), video games (in which they are called "players"), or academics in any medium.

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Linking from public website to intranet: are staff an audience?

We get a lot of requests to link to our intranet from our public website. For example, the media releases section has a link to the intranet page for the media management team, basically so they can ...
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Should summary be after each question?

I am helping to rewrite an app that is written for quizzes. Our investors are sure that putting summary* after each question is necessary to keep audience attention. Sadly it is making the whole quiz ...
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Website home page design when there are multiple audiences

I am in the process of creating a website which has two distinct audiences - in my case consumers and retailers. When I first started the process just a few weeks ago I had followed the then model ...
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Does any research exist on what makes one audible document better than another from a user's perspective?

One of my projects for 2018 involves scoping the possibility of reproducing a range of printed/visible work in an audible version. Some of these are actually technical in nature, so this got me to ...
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Stylle of text for scientific words in website

I'm helping design a website for a environmental conversationalists group. The website is intended to be accessible to a large audience, but does contain some scientific information (such as Latin ...
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How to route two different audiences through one web page?

I have 2 audiences on one product(services) page: some of the services available only for "rich" people, and some for poor. Most visitors are of course poor people. So how would you solve this? How to ...
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design for the savvy user or the 'stupid' user

When brainstorming features with stakeholders i commonly come across 2 kinds of reasoning 1 being this is feature is so obvious that the user will get it, maybe because they use other apps. The other ...
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What is the best approach to managing multiple audiences for a pharmaceutical product?

I have been looking at the various methods to split the audience and none seem to be ideal. interstitial window asking the user to choose patient or Healthcare professional (HCP) patient focussed ...
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Best way to cater to two audiences on one website [duplicate]

We are re-designing our corporate website and we need to cater to two distinct audiences: small business owners and large enterprises. The products we offer are the same for both audiences - but how ...
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Guidelines for identifying “power users”?

Are there any guidelines for determining whether an audience type are "power users" and if their usage warrants more powerful features? For instance, could a user who orders products from a b2b ...
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What are best tactics to get pre-subscribers to an app soon to be released for a local market? [closed]

The title says it all. Any and all tips / tactics you found that worked for you when getting an app out there are welcome.
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Is an overview in a keynote/powerpoint presentation presentation useful?

In high school, where I had my first public speaking lesson, I learned that a presentation should contain an overview of the topics discussed. But I'm feeling more and more annoyed by these overviews, ...
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Site for 3 different target audiences

We are working on a service that is quite new and unknown to people. It's is oriented on small business. The target audience is divided into 3 specific different groups. As for now, we have one ...
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I can't decide target audience

I'm a student doing a final study assignment at a company. I need to analyze their target audience, but that is still unknown to the company. I know who their clients are, but it's (as far as I know) ...
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What is the name of someone who does not know how to use a computer or the web?

People who cannot read or write are named "illiterate". Does a word exist to qualify someone in the same position but about using a computer or a web application? This term would be really usefull ...