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Jun 25 2014

Survey Says

Congratulations to Jan Lee, winner of the Is Flash Intro a Vestibule contest!

For those who were hoping to know, here are some of the survey results:

Some people are easily lost. A vestibule confuses them to the point that they cannot shop at large stores or eat at certain restaurants. It's very sad.

Some people are easily lost. A vestibule confuses them to the point that they cannot shop at large stores or eat at certain restaurants. It’s very sad.
vestibule image

reason for visiting the site

Some people are not very committed. When intentionally going to the site, if there is an introduction, they will leave rather than click past it.

That is disturbing. One wonders why intro is even an option. I also wonder why people quit so easily.

 

Interest level in books after seeing video

current mood

post video viewing emotions

Should youtube replace my flash intro

Looks like I’m going to need to redo my website!

 

 

Have you ever heard of the Lenni Lenape Native American tribe

I wish that result shocked me more.

2 comments

  1. Stephanie Faris

    Any audio at all sends me scrambling for the back button. I watch TV while I’m surfing and audio interferes…plus it’s annoying. If I click on a link for the site and a video launches, I will often go back and look for a site that just gives me text information. I think people have gotten carried away with the video thing. Video can crash people’s computers, interfere with other things they’re doing, and give away the fact that they’re surfing the internet at work! It also eats up data on a person’s mobile device. I think it should be paused if it’s on a webste, period.
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    1. J Lenni Dorner

      That’s an interesting perspective I would not have thought of. But why the back button instead of the “enter” link to go forward? I’m just curious.
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