Web Accessibility is an important consideration for anyone setting up a website, app or online tool because being able to use the internet is now considered a human right.
That means you must ensure anyone is able to access and engage with your content.
The coronavirus (COVID-19) has changed the world in ways not seen in most of our lifetimes.
Social distancing and self-isolation has become the norm, with countries like Italy even under strict lockdown.
As many organisations allow employees to work from home, the question becomes:
How can I effectively manage staff from a distance?
One way to do that is by using surveys. Continue reading
“S**t happens” is an often-heard derogatory human response applied when something goes wrong. Aside from the bad language, it implies a mindset of acceptance that things can go wrong and do go wrong. Worse still, it implies a blasé attitude that denotes an expectation of things going wrong again in future. Continue reading
Kathryn Bowes and Jayana van der Maten at iThoughts Research explain how to ensure screening is concise, effective, and falls in line with guidelines.
Shift Insight research experts put their knowledge to the test
Shift Insight shares how survey design can help to stamp out poor quality responses, to try to identify ‘click farm’ bots, cheaters, and disengaged respondents in their survey data.
To ensure your research project is a success and help you collect high quality, meaningful data, consider these best practice tips before creating a questionnaire.
An offline survey tool should provide all the capability of an online survey without the need for a reliable internet connection, making it easier to conduct accurate research on mobile devices out in the field.
It’s essential that every part of an event, from the lead up, to the event itself, and following up with attendees after, runs as smoothly as possible. Using survey software, you can automate your event registration form and send out a personalized follow-up survey to capture useful feedback.
June is National Safety Month, which aims to highlight and reduce preventable deaths and injuries. We’ve taken a look at how surveys can be used as a data collection tool to accurately and efficiently gather data and keep records for risk assessments, safety audits, and staff training.
In light of Mental Health Awareness month, which is observed every May, we’ve put together an overview of some best practices when it comes to handling sensitive data gathered in patient surveys, staff surveys, and other health related questionnaires.