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Public Surveys Results

The short weekly studies provide us with a great understanding of how our members feel about the various internet issues and trends. Studies are conducted on line, taking a random sample of about 1000 members, who are also encouraged to submit additional comments.

Click any of the Studies listed below to view summary results and a selection of participant comments.

 

Study Title Conducted Participants
  Q170039. Waiting... Oct 06 to Oct 14, 2017 1000
  Q170038. Live Entertainment Sep 29 to Oct 07, 2017 1001
  Q170037. Advertising Sep 22 to Sep 30, 2017 1000
  Q170036. What Sells? Sep 15 to Sep 24, 2017 1001
  Q170035. Home Pages Sep 08 to Sep 17, 2017 1001
  Q170034. Is Secure? Sep 01 to Sep 10, 2017 1000


Study Q170008. Home Page Menu
Question -
One common dilemma when designing home pages is how much information about sub-menus to include.

Some sites simply list the items of the main menu and trust that the contents of the site will be obvious. Others include both the main menu and sub-menus on the home page which helps you to make a more accurate selection but can also make the page look cluttered. Others still use some form of mouse-over which allows you to see the sub-menus by rolling your mouse over the items in the main menu.

While each of these methods has their advantages and disadvantages, in general terms, which of the methods do you prefer?



Responses -
ID Response %
1 Main Menu Only 25.0
2 Main Menu and Submenu 57.1
3 Some kind of Mouse-Over 16.3
4 Other 1.6
  Total % 100.0


Participant Comments (randomly selected) -
ID Comment Member From Sex Age
3845293The best way is to divide the website into 5 or so sections (the last one in the list should be About us/Contact us) then each section can be divided into subsections using a mouseover `dropdown' menuMarinAustraliaM30
3844984I much prefer the Mouse-Over for the Sub-Menus in most cases as it detracts from the cluttered look and feel of a some home pages.LawrenceCanadaM68
3846465I don't like not enough info on the home page as you think that's it, there is no more.WendyAustraliaF60
3845652I am probably there for a reason. I want to be able to get to where I want to be as quickly as possible.JeffUnited StatesM55
3845968Gostaria de receber pesquisas, obrigado.Elias JoseBrazilM46
3845626para mim e completamente indiferente pois eu tenho segurana e confio em meus antivirusjoao antonioBrazilM57
3845120nice, i want more3 surveyDebasishIndiaM31
3845504Your site should be too simple to navigation. Here have to clicking mouse so many times. Otherwise that site layout is nice simple :)TuijaFinlandF32
3845692Nain menu + Some Kind of Mouse OverMaraGreeceF53
3846429main menu and submenu is helpful to find the contents also the sitemap is useful.manjuIndiaF35
3845720there no other commentjinganAustraliaM36
3845112The main menu in a website is useful but I believe that a submenu is very useful as well, because it can guide better the guest.GreeceF30
3845946I think this a choice for a more traditional design.RichardPhilippinesM61
3845431nothing at allMohdMalaysiaM33
3845735I liked this survey.RuchitaIndiaF24
3845614I don't have any other commentsDianiIndonesiaF31



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