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Student research project survey: The Ultimate Foodie


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Hi. Are you a foodie and love to travel? I would love a few minutes of your time to answer this survey.

 

I'm a UX design student hoping to gain some insight into how culinary travelers plan their trips, what is the motivation behind food-specific travels and what are some difficulties travelers faced when planning these types of trips.

 

Thank you so much for your time.

 

https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSe9fV0bSoFHK9uDUp1vv_UAjT8yzgrzr-pM5TyuWT5M3sf0Lg/formResponse

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16 minutes ago, gfweb said:

Whats UX?

User experience, ie interface design.

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@chromedome Thank you. 

 

@gfwebYes, User Experience. It's the understanding of how users interact with and experience a product, system or service. The idea is to give users what they want versus what we think they want. This is really putting UX in a [box], but a huge part of it is research. 

 

Interface Design - User Interface (UI) is the looks/style of a product. 

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2 hours ago, Kerala said:

I clicked on to answer some questions about my habits, but found questions about my identity.

Hi - The first section is basic demographic information. The next section has the food and travel specific questions. I tried to keep it as general as possible. None of the questions are *required to be answered before moving on to the next section. This information helps my research, but I understand if you are not comfortable.

 

I don't ask for names or email addresses or any identifying information. When I get the results of the surveys, I have no clue who supplied the information. 

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