• Emil Løvø Thomsen, almost 5 years ago

    While the emoji slider is beautiful and fun, I wonder how it affects the validity and rigor of the survey responses - By applying negative connotations to negative responses, this might influence the responses that users will give, resulting in a skewed perspective on the demographic.

    3 points
    • James Young, almost 5 years ago

      This was my first thought too, it seems more about making the form fun and friendly than collecting impartial data if you could skew users thoughts with a really nice friendly emoji or make them feel bad for submitting bad feedback with one that's sad.

      Be interested to see if that's just a theory or if this could somehow be tested/

      2 points
  • Aaron Wears Many HatsAaron Wears Many Hats, almost 5 years ago

    While I was really hoping this article would be about improving boring long forms like you'd see in financial applications or the like, that have hundreds of fields... I must say the emoji slider is very awesome!

    2 points
  • Scott Liang, almost 5 years ago

    In some situations (like evaluating features) you might consider a Max Diff analysis over the Likert scale.

    1 point
  • OJ Quevedo, almost 5 years ago

    A thumbs up emoji to using an emoji slider to express level of satisfaction/agreement without having to use words.

    0 points
  • Aaron Dark, almost 5 years ago

    I think we're going to see a lot of changes to forms. I can't wait to see how AR and VR approach it.

    0 points