It’s time to talk about the Survey Chip. So far we’ve been through the reasons for JellyChip Version 2, discussed the new Profile Chip, Friend Chip and Chat Chip. Now it’s time to discuss the most revolutionary Chip in JellyChip’s arsenal, the Survey Chip.
Now JellyChip serves multiple purposes. Firstly, it’s a way for users to connect on a brand new platform that simplifies the social network experience. Tick. Second, it allows users to make a difference in a way no other platform can offer. Tick. Third, JellyChip also offers people and businesses an opportunity to ask any question they like to their friends, their audience or random people.
Whether this is a simple question about a person’s shopping choices, or a business wanting to understand its customer base and exactly what they want, the survey solution offered by JellyChip is revolutionary, and looks to flip the industry of surveys/market research. The ability to speak to the customer directly, rapidly, and in a way that benefits them is something we’re very proud of, something unique, and something we believe could have huge implications for the market research industry. We’ll have a lot more to say about our Survey Creation feature in a future post. However today we’ll be speaking about surveys from the user’s point of view, how they receive surveys and answer them.
So let’s break down the new Survey Chip.
Well, over time I’ve realised that the way JellyChip issues surveys to our users is rather disconnected. Initially, our system was designed to provide users with a fun way to access their surveys. This was through providing four random locations on the user’s homepage where they can discover a survey, answer it and “pop the bubble” on that location, completing the survey for points and removing it. Until another survey was created and would take its place. If a user had more than four surveys available when they logged in, the surveys would “stack” so that four would only be viewable at any given time. The below image gives you a better indication of the current survey landscape on JellyChip.
We have also updated how surveys will look when a user answers them. This is done to improve the aesthetics of the user experience when they’re focusing on the hard and tough (or fun) answers to pick. It’s a good minimalist change.
Once a user has completed a survey, they will be awarded a number of points based on the value of the survey. Survey responses are 10 points each and the number of questions are dependent on the survey creator. It will be safe to say, however, that as JellyChip grows there will be more and more surveys available on the site. Which is excellent for the user, excellent for JellyChip and excellent for users/businesses wanting to ask burning questions!
You will have also noticed in the survey list image before there is another category called trivia. Trivia is one of the newest and most fun additions to JellyChip Surveys and will now allow the user to play trivia for points. This trivia will appear randomly throughout the day so be prepared to answer some hard questions to win additional moolah, points. Trivia will have a 10 second counter and will require the correct answer to receive points, or no dice. If you get the question wrong, however, the right answer will be provided so users can brag to their friends about their general knowledge, even if they dropped the gauntlet themselves!
Our last screen is from when a user taps the question mark on the Feed and this encourages the user to create one survey a day for bonus points. It’s relevant to remind the users to create surveys here because surveys makes the world go around in JellyChip. It’s also cool to prompt the user to create a survey – because who doesn’t have a question about life? Whether people like iPhones? Whether people think college is a waste of time? Whether Hilary Clinton is going to win the election? The opportunity to ask questions in life is endless and the answers can be found on JellyChip.
In summary, the power of data is immense and it’s going to be incredible to see what JellyChip users and businesses come up with in using the survey system to ask questions about things. We have redefined our Survey Chip to accommodate good looking surveys and a way for users to see available surveys in a neat way. The future is looking bright here and I personally can’t wait for this Chip to launch.
Between you and I, I’d love to be the future Google in answering people’s questions. But that’s just between you and me.