Participation in the UXmatters Reader Survey

By Pabini Gabriel-Petit, Publisher & Editor in Chief

Published: November 20, 2006

The survey has closed. To view the results, click this link: 2006 UXmatters Reader Survey Results

To those of our readers who have already participated in our first annual UXmatters Reader Survey, thank you! So far, 55 people have participated in the survey. To help our editorial staff better understand and serve your needs, we hope that more of you will share your thoughts and a little of your time with us and complete the survey before it closes on November 30, 2006.

You can let us know what kinds of content are of most interest to you, what topics you’d like us to publish articles about, and make suggestions to improve UXmatters.

Thank you again for your participation.

Once we have completed our analysis of the survey results, we will publish a report here on the UXmatters Web site.


I am interested in the effective use of and integration techniques for visual content. My company produces travel photos, virtual tours, and interactive maps, and I would like to learn how to improve the user experience and increase consumer-confidence levels.

I have found this site to be one of the more stimulating UX/IA sites. As an IA, the site has given me an opportunity to get a sense of my role in relation to some of the new technologies that our development team has been talking about for some time now. I applaud most of the writers for linking out to the sources of their discussions—for example, agile development, AIGA’s symbol standards, or off to the Godfather of Usefulness/Uselessness, Don Norman. So my vote is to keep it coming. It’s fresh, controversial, and educational.

Hass Murphy

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