UI designer tooling usage survey

Every now and then we’re setting up surveys in order to know better about different details of a software developer’s routine. This is even more important when our own experience is insufficient or not representative of what we feel might be going on in the industry as a whole.

This time, we have set up a quick survey to get a better understanding of how .NET developers use UI designer tools in their development environments.

For us, looking into the results of this survey will help figure out how to (or whether to) plan implementing UI designer tools in JetBrains Rider, the emerging .NET IDE.

For you, taking part will (1) help get your UI designer workflow considered, and (2) set you up for a chance to win a prize of your choice: a JetBrains souvenir, an Amazon Gift Voucher or a GlobalGiving Gift Card.

Take the UI designer usage survey! This shouldn’t really take more than 5 minutes of your time.

Thanks a lot!

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8 Responses to UI designer tooling usage survey

  1. Mike-EEE says:

    Do you seriously need my mobile # to register? Seems like email address should do it, and is less invasive. 😛

    • Mike-EEE says:

      Also, you’re transferring PII (personally identifiable information) over HTTP (rather than encrypted https). C’mon man. 😛

      No good deed goes unpunished. 😛

      • Jura Gorohovsky says:

        Mike, we’ve checked and it seems that the current plan at the survey service that we’re using doesn’t allow using https in our particular scenario. We’ll get in touch with the service to figure out what can be done.

        Thanks for bringing this to our attention, and apologies.

      • Andreas says:

        Good point. Makes no sense to have the blog serving per https and a survey with private information’s not.

        And yeah, a mobile number … people will enter garbage or see it is a obstacle.

    • Jura Gorohovsky says:

      Hi Mike,

      AFAIK you’re suggested to enter a mobile number in an optional field if you have chosen to receive a souvenir in case you win. In this case a mobile number is used for delivery purposes.

  2. Dr. Feedback says:

    (Austrians would love to receive an amazon.de gift card instead of an amazon.com gift card as well, forgot to add this as feedback)

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