By Stephanie Ciccarelli
March 4, 2008
If there's one thing that has guided us when making decisions in terms of functionality, design and overall business direction, it's been the fundamental principle of listening to our customers.
That being said, we're reaching out to you again to ask for your feedback regarding a number of areas pertaining to Voices.com through an online survey.
Learn more about the survey and how you can participate here.
Last week, David posted an article that proposed how your influence could impact important changes to help improve Voices.com and how the website works.
The focus of this survey is website usability.
The word "usability" refers to methods for improving ease-of-use during the design process.
To start off, there are several multiple choice questions that qualify your relationship with Voices.com and how you got to the website before doing the survey.
Some questions will ask you to rate what you deem most important by "Need to have", "Nice to have", and "Don't need".
You'll also have the opportunity to type in any general feedback or recommendations you would like to make.
As we do with all feedback and feature requests, we'll organize the results using our internal systems and prioritize the items that were identified as most popular.
Your feedback will make using Voices.com a better experience from a user's standpoint both technically and visually.
Stephanie, David, Carol, Laurynda, Erica and Lin :)
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