Easy Question and answer System
I'm looking for some people to take a look at a poll system I created: Example Poll
FYI Example poll is only 10 questions.
PS Any feedback on how the questions answers are would be great!!
any Ideas or is it good the way it is?
Hi! I don't really know anything about site design but as a user I liked it.
I get one of those from my medical insurance provider quite often and its along the same lines.
Maybe each question could do without the "Poll: How do you Feel about Your Medical Care" at the top. I found that distracted me a bit from answering the questions quickly.
Also having two parts to the age question seemed to slow the process down a bit.
Webpage error details
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Timestamp: Fri, 9 Dec 2011 00:21:54 UTC
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Page loads are quite slow for me. Mostly around 1.5 seconds but sometimes 5-6 seconds. Divs appear to expand with content so you see the page bg then the divs fill out white. Gives a very jerky look to the page load.
It would benifit from a progress bar. Either as a percentage (text or graphic) or x of y (eg question 3 of 6).
Multiple Qs per page would be nice. The slow pages loads means it a hassle to answer one question per page. a 100 question poll could men 5 to 10 minutes of just page loading (and jerky loads at that). As opposed to worst case one minutes at 10 Qs per page.
Ajax might be a better solution to reloading the page. It'll be faster and not jerk the page around.
WHen you submit the answer it goes right to the next question, no enter value>hit submit. Which is great.
You might want to use jS form submits (or hrefs) rather than the buttons. They look a bit clunky.
The offset background bars look untidy and unbalanced. Unles you're a really talented designer it's hard to make that kind of thing look right. I say keep it simple and it'll look cleaner.
thanks for the feed back!!!
I took out the Alexa widget. I'm not sure if some people have tricks to load ads faster.
I'm working on the css/html validation over the next few days. Also I will look into to Win7 and IE9. I'm not a web designer but will see what I can do.
Long term I will look into the Ajax submissions.
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