QR Code-Enabled Mobile Surveys: An Example

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

[Editor's Note:  this post was originally published on the Survey Analytics Blog.]

My friend Scott Liang from Parametric keeps telling me – the quicker you collect feedback from the Point-of-Transaction, the better the recall and quality is. While I have absolutely no way of verifying his assertion, in todays Blackberry and iPhone induced ADHD world, it seems logical – and anything that passes the sniff test, works for me!

If we accept that premise, then what the Washington State Ferries in conjunction with the Washington State Transportation Commission is doing is pretty innovative — collecting feedback directly from commuters while they are in the ferry. As passengers are commuting in the ferry, they have options for using their smartphones via QR Codes to give feedback on the ride.

Few innovative options:

Thumbs UP and Thumbs Down:

Instead of having just one QR code that takes them to a survey, the Thumbs Up/Down model has 2 QR Codes – each representing positive or negative emotion espoused by the passenger overall. This is similar to the the universal facebook “like” button that we are all accustomed to in the web world.

FROG on Board Poster

Integrated with MicroPanel:

Users who choose to give feedback are then asked to join a panel for future surveys and feedback. This allows the commission to build a long term relationship with the passengers — the commission can then use this panel for pricing, satisfaction and other kinds of research.

Once the feedback was collected, users are given the option to go to the mobile-optimized page for MicroPanel;

Completely Turnkey:

No custom development. This entire solution is off-the-shelf. This reduces cost and complexity. SurveyAnalytics has as question type that supports creating QR Codes. This enables you to create a survey with multiple QR Codes for each option:




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Related posts:

  1. And Mobile Marches On
  2. Feedback with Operational Context
  3. The Intersection of QR Codes and Gamification
  4. On the other hand, maybe QR codes are already dead
  5. How Will QR Codes Impact Market Research?
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About Vivek Bhaskaran

Vivek Bhaskaran is the President and CEO of Survey Analytics.

  • http://www.contractcars.com/blog Van O’Brian

    Its nice…I like the way it works