UNCHARTED launches a survey to learn about visitors’ experience on its website

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Two years after the UNCHARTED project started, the Consortium decided to launch a survey to measure the website’s popularity.

The survey is part of the dissemination planning process and aims to receive feedback to learn about the visitor experience on our website.

Who are the most frequent visitors? can they find what they are looking for? what would they like to find and what is missing, on the UNCHARTED website?

The answers collected will be useful to the project to improve its website and make it richer and more usable by all visitors who, with this questionnaire, have the opportunity to also leave qualitative feedback, through comments and suggestions, which can improve the experience on the site.

We care what you think and would like you to give us your opinion, so, what are you waiting for?

Click here to answer the questionnaire! It takes about 5 minutes.

 

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