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How To Create a Design Feedback Survey

 

Why create a design feedback survey?

When designing a new logo, brand identity, illustration, clothes or jewellery, knowing what people think about your design is important for moving forward in the right direction. Asking the right questions can help you understand which design people like the best, why they like it and more. Here are 8 expert-certified survey question you can ask to get the most out of your survey, form or poll.

Questions to ask in your design feedback survey:

  1. Which design do you like the best?
  2. Why do you prefer the selected design?
  3. What kind of company do you think offers services associated with this design?
  4. Do you find the design above to be visually appealing?
  5. What words come to mind when you look at the design?
  6. How engaging is the design?
  7. What do you like most about the design?
  8. What do you dislike most about the design?

Here is a link: Preview icon Preview in full-screen to the design feedback survey created using SurveyLegend, this survey was created in minutes using our easy to use yet powerful survey solutionUse template icon Use this template.

Design feedback

When designing a new logo knowing what the logo is comunicting is important. What you precive the logo you’re designing is comunicating may not be what the beholder seas. That’s why asking the right questions will help you understand your buyer and audience.

Here are two amazing templates, understand your customer using the “Logo Design Survey Template” and listen to your audience using “Design Feedback Survey Template”.

As a designer it’s important to never forget that listening to your surroundings can help more than hurt, we hope the two expert certified templates you have seen can help you in your quest to create amazing design loved by almost all 🙂

Stay curios and informed!
Best regards, Jasko

About the Author
Born entrepreneur, passionate leader, motivator, great love for UI & UX design, strong believer in "less is more”. Big advocate of bootstrapping. BS in Logistics Service Management. I don't create company environments, I create family and team environments.