trends - part 6 - Dashboard
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Countries Responses
US 50.00%
CA 12.50%
GB 6.25%
ID 6.25%
IE 6.25%
IN 6.25%
NZ 6.25%
SE 6.25%
Total 100.00%
Just a hikers can easily get lost in the wilderness without maps to guide them, users can easily become lost in documentation systems without maps.
Answer Count Percent
20% 40% 60% 80% 100%
Strongly Disagree 1 6.25%
Disagree 0 0%
Undecided 1 6.25%
Agree 6 37.5%
Strongly Agree 8 50%
Total 16 100 %
Making information discoverable in the moment the user needs it often means addressing and incorporating principles of SEO into content.
Answer Count Percent
20% 40% 60% 80% 100%
Strongly Disagree 0 0%
Disagree 0 0%
Undecided 3 18.75%
Agree 8 50%
Strongly Agree 5 31.25%
Total 16 100 %
Before adding a new topic in the documentation, you should look to see how that new topic fits with similar and related topics (across docs, blogs, forums, and other information sources).
Answer Count Percent
20% 40% 60% 80% 100%
Strongly Disagree 0 0%
Disagree 0 0%
Undecided 0 0%
Agree 5 31.25%
Strongly Agree 11 68.75%
Total 16 100 %
Distilling information into short summaries and quick reference guides can aid user comprehension.
Answer Count Percent
20% 40% 60% 80% 100%
Strongly Disagree 1 6.25%
Disagree 0 0%
Undecided 0 0%
Agree 7 43.75%
Strongly Agree 8 50%
Total 16 100 %
Which information usability principle do you find most relevant to you?
Answer Count Percent
20% 40% 60% 80% 100%
Principle 1: Let users switch between macro and micro views 8 21.62%
Principle 2: Make information discoverable as the user needs it 11 29.73%
Principle 3: Ensure information harmony in the larger landscape 7 18.92%
Principle 4: Reduce and distill vast information down to its essence 11 29.73%
Total 37 100 %