Tag: ADC

Vertical Grids/Tables in Askia

People often ask why Askia is a better platform for online surveys than many of the free or very cheap packages out there in the market. The above question shows this nicely in my view. We want to make answering survey questions as easy as possible for the respondents, so here we have compressed a lot of questions into a single, mobile responsive screen, rather than 5 or 6 screens. In this example we have combined many different question types in a table or grid (drop downs, single…

MaxDiff grows!

MaxDiff grows!

This article provides an in-depth explanation of AskiaDesign‘s built-in capacity to manage MaxDiff data collection & analysis methodologies. For those of you who, like me, need a short reminder of what MaxDiff is; this is the definition provided by Wikipedia: The MaxDiff is a long-established academic mathematical theory with very specific assumptions about how people make choices: it assumes that respondents evaluate all possible pairs of items within the displayed set and choose the pair that reflects the maximum difference in preference or importance. It may be thought of as…

More engaging surveys with ADX Studio

ADX Studio 1.0 released

ADXStudio is an open-source Integrated Development Environment (IDE) for people who want to create Askia Design Controls or Askia Design Pages easier and faster. This application supports AskiaScript / JavaScript / HTML / CSS and more. We designed this application in order to provide a dedicated tool for survey authors who want to take their surveys one step further: interactive survey controls (Geo Maps, touch-friendly drag and drop, …) or custom layout (mobile first survey design). It therefore allows you to easily set the parameters for your survey controls or layouts, use script…

Latest resources for our users

Latest resources for our users

Even though we’ve been on holidays, some of our dedicated support staff have been working hard to provide you with some great resources for your upcoming surveys: help articles, new survey controls and more! Here’s an overview of all the new goodies you’ll be able to find on our help centre: Universe settings This short article covers all the basics on Universes, an often misunderstood feature of askiaanalyse. It’s indeed often ambiguously connected to another Filters / Sub-populations. The article in detail how Universes do not change the counts but change the percentages…

Our latest survey controls

Our latest survey controls header image

In order to allow our users to further engage with their respondents, we have been relentlessly adding new survey controls to our software offering. These controls, also known as ADCs (Askia Design Controls) are freely accessible to all Askia users and allow extended customisation so they fit your needs. Below, a selection of our latest survey controls: Responsive Table The Responsive Table ADC allows you to embed grid (matrix) questions in your survey without having to worry about mobile and tablet respondents. The table will expand / collapse depending…

Presenting ADXStudio

Presenting ADX Studio header image

ADXStudio is here!! What is it? ADXStudio is an IDE for people who want to create Askia Design Control (and later Askia Design Page) easier and faster. This application can support AskiaScript, JavaScript, HTML, CSS, … and more. ADXStudio was built with Electron, this application is based on NodeJS. Furthermore, we have included CodeMirror (already used in Design and Vista) to get a complete text editor with syntax highlighting and autocompletion. Installation To install ADXStudio, follow the procedure available here. ADXStudio is available on Github and everyone who wants to contribute can…

Askia Design Controls now available on Github

Askia Design Controls now available on Github

We’re thrilled to announce that all our Askia Design Controls 2.0 (ADC) have been made available on Github for all developer users who wish to take part creating these survey controls. ADCs are web-based (HTML, JavaScript & CSS) rich survey controls that enhance the experience of your respondents. Available for web, tablet and mobile surveys, ADCs replace the default radio buttons, checkboxes, text inputs, … by more interactive, playful and animated survey controls. Below, some examples of Askia Design Controls: Drag and drop (click the above image to check out the live demo)…

Version 5.3.4.0: askiadesign

Askiadesign update 5.3.4.0

This post is the first in a series of two that detail the key features of version 5.3.4.0 of askiadesign & askiaanalyse. In askiadesign 5.2.2, we introduced new controls into our library, the ADC (Askia Design Controls). It gives you the possibility to select which controls you would like to use on your web screen and simply drag and drop the selected control onto the screen.  Each one of these ADCs is shipped with many settings that will allow you to fine-tune and customise the rendering of the…

Hierarchy: a new ADC 2.0 survey control

Just to let you know we’ve just added an article in the Help Centre about Hierarchy, a new ADC 2.0 control designed by Mamadou. You can find the latest version of the ADC, an example .QEX file as well as a test link to view it live (there are 3 screens in the survey). You also got a small video explaining how use the control and create the database. Here is the detailed KB article.