UXnet Survey 2009

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The User Experience Network (www.uxnet.org) is a volunteer organization that provides infrastructure to connect UX professionals. We're trying to learn about the kinds of services that we can provide to help UX people like yourself connect and succeed in the workplace. We really appreciate your help.
1. Which choice *best* describes your role in the User Experience field?
2. Which choice *best* describes your level of experience in the User Experience field?
3. How would you *prioritize* these UX-related tasks? 1 is *most* important; 10 is *least* important.
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Promote myself
Network with like-minded people
Find UX colleagues
Solve design problems
Sell UX in an organization
Find a UX job
Find UX talent to hire or place
Learn about UX roles
Learn about UX events in my area
Learn about UX events all over the world
4. Please tell us why your highest priority is important to you, and what it would take to help you achieve it.
5. Help us make UXnet.org as useful as possible to UX professionals by letting us know how valuable you would find these services (-4 is unnecessary; +4 is must have):
-4-3-2-10+1+2+3+4
Advice from experts and colleagues
Information about the reputations of UX professionals
Events calendar
Support materials to help sell UX in an organization
A badge to embed in your own site that dynamically displays info about you
Weekly online events and discussions
Public information about you (e.g., your portfolio, group memberships)
Full-time job postings
Support materials to help UX people solve design problems
Listings of active UX communities
Directory of UX professionals
Listings of people that have similar interests/experiences to your own
Part-time job/project postings
6. Anything else that UXnet can assist you with? Or anything else we should know?
7. To thank you for your participation, we'd like enter you in a drawing to win four free Rosenfeld Media books. (Your contact information won't be shared or reused in any way; we'll just use it for this one-time drawing.)
Thanks again for your help! Please let us know if you have any questions or comments (we'll direct you to our contact page after you hit the "submit" button).

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