Take the "A List Apart Web Design Survey"

A List Apart are running a Web Design survey to gather statistics about the people involved in the web design industry around the world. They're after as many as people as possible to take the survey to help gather these statistics, so I'd encourage you to take it if you work in the web design industry or even if web design is just a small part of your job. Your input will be of great use, I'm personally looking forward to the final results of the survey!

Here's a bit of info from their website:

Designers, developers, project managers. Writers and editors. Information architects and usability specialists. People who make websites have been at it for more than a dozen years, yet almost nothing is known, statistically, about our profession. Who are we? Where do we live? What are our titles, our skills, our educational backgrounds? Where and with whom do we work? What do we earn? What do we value?

It?s time we learned the answers to these and other questions about web design. And nobody is better qualified than the readers of A List Apart to provide the answers. Participate in our first annual survey to increase knowledge of web design and boost respect for the profession. Selected participants, chosen by random drawing, will win one free ticket to An Event Apart event held in the continental U.S.; an Apple 30GB video iPod, an Event Apart jump drive, or a funky A List Apart T-shirt.

Go check it out!

I took the A List Apart Survey!

~Rick


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Originally published on 2007-04-24 16:10:28 by Rick Curran

Last edited on 2007-04-24 16:19:28 by Rick Curran

Permalink: http://suburbia.org.uk/blog/2007/04/24/161028.html

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Left by Abhishek on 2007-04-26 13:51:26 #

logo of [wideopenspace] contradicts itself. not very attractive.
]wideopenspace[ is way better and gives a better feel.
i'm saying so, cause i'm terribly claustrophobic and the logo gives me similar jitters.

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