Looking for participants for a survey for my Bachelor Thesis
Dear BikeForums Community,
I hope this is the right board for my concern?!
Nevertheless, I'm a German student writing my Bachelor Thesis at the moment. Overall, the topic is about adapting website elements (in my case texts and pictures) to different cultural backgrounds.
In this manner, I have designed two surveys, or respectively, tests to adapt one product discription and product pictures to the English culture. Unfourtunatly, I have not yet received enough response from English participants. As both elements are related to road cycling, I have decided to give it a try to look for participants within the BikeForums community.
I would really appreciate if some of you could help me with my dissertation by participating in my survey. It is not a great effort, as both test together don't take longer than 7-8 minutes.
If you are interested and would like to participate, please let me now, either via a reply to this message, via a personal message or via e-mail (sebastian.frommherz(at)web.de).
Just thought of maybe giving you some more detailed information about the two tests so you know what you might sign up for! In the first test you will get three versions of a text discribing a road bike. Your task would then be to mark those words, sentences or text passages green which you like and those red which you dislike.
The second test shows five illustrations of the road bike discribed in test one. Here your task would only be to have a look at each picture and rate it according to your preferences.
So, you can see, it's really no great job compared to the help you would provide!
Once again, best regards and have a nice evening,
We are what we think. All that we are arises with our thoughts. With our thoughts, we make the world.
Originally Posted by making
Please dont outsmart the censor. That is a very expensive censor and every time one of you guys outsmart it it makes someone at the home office feel bad. We dont wanna do that. So dont cleverly disguise bad words.