Online forms and surveys don’t have to be boring. With Typeform, people can create customized forms that look great and adapts to the usability of a variety of devices. Rather than carrying around a clipboard and a pen, surveyors can collect data on the iPad, inviting participants to submit their responses in a completely new way.
Whether you’re an academic researcher working on a major study or a business owner looking to gather data about your current clientele, Typeform can make your job a little bit easier. Start building your first form or survey as soon as you sign up for an account. Drag and drop various elements (like a welcome screen, multiple choice question, or yes/no question) onto your form and then customize those elements by typing the specific questions you’d like to ask. Add a video to your opening page to provide survey respondents with a detailed overview of what you’re trying to accomplish, and finish up your survey with a link to your website where they can find out more. Add background images or textures to your form, and then get started collecting responses.
Keyboard shortcuts help respondents make their way through your surveys with minimal effort, and large touch buttons make it easy for people to take your surveys on their mobile devices. Typeform analyzes the data you gather, and provides you with a CSV file that you can keep for your own records. Data gathered by Typeform can be parsed by device, letting you see if there are any noticeable differences between the responses submitted by people on tablets or desktops.
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