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May 2023, somewhere in the world, the Bluetooth zip is saving some guy’s day.

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Home Office Digital repository of posters covering different topics - research, access needs, accessibility, design.

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Artloop is a platform created for visual artists. It helps local artists find and stay up to date and submit their work to upcoming shows. It is also useful for organizations that are looking to advertise upcoming shows or calls. 

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Please click my website // Like that pre-roll video? // You’ll LOVE the mid-roll

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Excellent Survey Example - Keep It Simple

CT Shirts Update: A recent follow-up survey that I received is on brand, and very easy to complete (except the text was not easy to read.). The survey stayed on-brand in many ways: 1) visually, and 2) trademark ease of use - it was easier to complete than ordering a shirt. If only other companies understood their customers enough to understand the 2-3 questions to ask a specific customer regarding one particular recent transaction. 

Unfortunately many large companies often ask a customer to take a 7-15-page generic survey - which negatively affects the customer’s perception of the company. CT’s ONE-PAGE survey, on the other hand, captures the most critical metrics required to assure the success of the company, based on that single most recent interaction. I would not mind taking another survey from them in the future. Would you? Companies who understood what metrics they need know how to keep it simple probably.