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Best Practice on surveys and wizards

HI all,

Where can I find some best practices on web surveys and also wizards. Things
like maximum questions per page, lenght of questions, type of answers given,
Ie interativty like dropdowns and chackbox, and radiobuttons.
I have a possible client, but his original survey has like 100 questions per
page. I want to be able to show him whether or not this is the best way of
doing things. Do users like scrolling through hundreds of questions, or do
they prefer a few questions per page, and then navigate those pages.

THis site will be done in c# and possible be a DNN site

Thanks
Robert

Jun 27 '08 #1
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On May 12, 11:46*am, "Robert Bravery" <m...@u.comwrote:
HI all,

Where can I find some best practices on web surveys and also wizards. Things
like maximum questions per page, lenght of questions, type of answers given,
Ie interativty like dropdowns and chackbox, and radiobuttons.
I have a possible client, but his original survey has like 100 questions per
page. I want to be able to show him whether or not this is the best way of
doing things. Do users like scrolling through hundreds of questions, or do
they prefer a few questions per page, and then navigate those pages.

THis site will be done in c# and possible be a DNN site

Thanks
Robert
Hi,

This is a C# NG so "usually" we tend to respond question regarding the
C# language, your question is not related to C# you might want to find
a more appropiated NG
Jun 27 '08 #2

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