Website Survey

Nicola.Beddall-Hill | May 11, 2012


We would like to make the ‘Representing Re-Formation’ project’s website the best that it can be. This survey is designed to help us to assess the affordances of social media in engaging users in an ongoing dialogue to improve the design. The overall goal is for the website to meet the needs and wishes of its different audiences. We as a research team hope that results stemming from this work could inform future work for other digital artefacts in the cultural heritage sector.

We want to know what will make users come back to and recommend the site to others in their social network? How can we generate engagement through social media and use this to aid iterative design processes via participatory input? We would appreciate your thoughts on this matter.

Firstly, we would like you to engage with the ‘Representing Re-Formation’ project’s website by ‘walking through’ and interacting with it yourself

Then kindly share your experiences with us via the online survey which should take approximately ten minutes to complete.

The results of this survey will be published on the website at a later date and those changes you feel important will be summarised and acted upon to improve this website’s usability and relevance to its audience.

We are keen to spread awareness of the ‘Representing Re-formation’ project and receive a wide range of views on the website from different audiences. If you could please forward this to any parties in your wider network whom you believe might be interested, we would be most grateful.

Thank you for your time and we look forward to receiving your views

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