From a cursory glance at their website, sure. From
having actually used
both of them, Qualtrics is far superior in its featureset and
featureset is presented, although surveymonkey has got a lot better
Geneally speaking my advice to the multimedia team would be "don't go near
surveys". I've done a lot of them in the last 3 years, and the one thing
I've learned is that surveys are very, very difficult to get right. Another
thing I've learned is that if you don't get them right, the results are
meaningless and it's hard to tell when that happens.
As I understand it, Jared's team is hiring a qualitatively-focused UX
researcher or two in the upcoming budget to do research around design and
feature usage; we should hold off until they come in, first because they're
simply going to be better at it than we are, and second because it's
probably going to be frustrating for them if they come in and find a tool
locked in as How We Do Things (and frustrating for us if they want to
change that tool):
On 29 April 2014 12:06, Mark Holmquist <mtraceur(a)member.fsf.org> wrote:
On Tue, Apr 29, 2014 at 11:56:58AM -0700, Leila Zia
Mark, If you haven't looked at Qualtrics in
the past, check it out.
It has many more options than SurveyMonkey that can make it
worthwhile specially if we are already paying for it.
On Tue, Apr 29, 2014 at 10:34:21AM -0700, Mark Holmquist wrote:
Qualtrics is no better, AFAICT from a cursory glance at their Wikipedia
page and website.
Software Engineer, Multimedia
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