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This portfolio demonstrates some of our capabilities regarding web-based surveys. The pages here contain examples of different web techniques which may give you some ideas about what you want to do on your survey. Please keep in mind that it is not necessary for you to use all of these techniques in your survey. We will assist you in determining the best approach to meet your needs.

Response Scales

One Scale, Two Scales, Continuous/Discrete Scales. There is no limit to the types of scales we can create for your survey process.

One Scale
Try our interactive tool that lets you view dozens of response scales on a variety of types such as: Agreement, Frequency, Importance, Satisfaction and Quality.
Two Scales
Frequency can easily be combined with Importance or Performance. Click here for an example.
Four Scales
Multiple scales can be used to collect information on each questionnaire item. Click here for an example.
Sliding Scale
Computers make it easy to select from a continuous sliding scale. Click here for an example.

Dynamic Content

We can easily incorporate the controls and programming structures to enable the content of your survey to change dynamically based on conditions that are either pre-determined or based on criteria created by the participant's responses.

Dynamic Lists
We can create multiple select lists where responses to one list will populate values (choices) for the other list. See an example of it here...
Dynamic Content
Prior responses can be incorporated into the questionnaire form so the participant can see how they responded previously. See an example of it here...
Follow Up Items
We can create surveys where participants are asked to explain their responses if they respond in a certain way. See an example of it here...

Multiple Languages

You supply us with the content of the questionnaire in whatever languages you wish and we can post it on-line for data collection.

We have administered surveys in many languages. Here are a few examples:

  1. French (example 1; example 2)
  2. Spanish (example)
  3. Portuguese (example)
  4. Arabic (example)


We can harness the power of the web browser to check and validate responses before they are submitted. For example, if a participant is asked to select no more than 3 check boxes from a list, the computer will monitor the participant's response and disallow the participant to select more than three items from that list.

Most of our questionnaires contain JavaScript programs for data validation. See an example of it here...
Required Input
Questionnaires can have items that are required. We generally don't recommend this. However, if you want responses to certain items from every participant, we can get it. See an example of it here...

Wide Data Entry Formats

If you are using a multi-rater survey (team assessment) and the questionnaire has relatively few items, it may be advantageous to collect the data on one screen instead of requiring participants to access multiple screens. See an example of it here...
Questionnaires don't have to be "just check a box or button". Responses can be collected in a Spreadsheet format. See an example of it here...