Thanks to computer software and the web it is now easier than ever to create a survey. The technical side is so easy that people forget that there is more to it than just adding some questions to a form.
I was fortunate to attend a lecture by Marguerrite Cox, a biostatistician from Duke Clinical Research Institute in the USA, and I thought it might be useful to share her 10 Commandments.
(I have changed the examples to be more relevant to a tech audience)
I knew about this some time ago and then promptly forgot all about it until I was reminded of it last week. Speaking to several others I realised that they didn't know either so I thought I should share this.
If you run a Charity or a Non-Profit organisation then you might be entitled to receive a grant from Google of $10,000 every month to spend on Google Ads.
The web was meant to be read, not squished.
This isn't the way to test a responsive design.