WYSIWYG = What You “SAY” Is What You Get; New Survey

Wednesday, May 22 2013 @ 1:31 PM, By Maxwell Hoffmann

Here is why we are conducting a short survey to listen to YOU!

headerAt Adobe, we always strive to empower you with best-in-class tools for your technical communication needs.

But the process leading to the development of your favorite Adobe Tech Comm tools and the marketing communication for these tools has always been a two-way street.

We value your thoughts and ideas, and welcome your feedback and opinions on product features as well as the communication you see and hear from us.

Have your “SAY” because your opinion matters to us!

5 minutes of your time is all that we ask for, and a few clicks to answer 25 easy multiple choice questions.

Ooops! We almost forgot the fun part!

All survey participants completing the questionnaire will be entered into a sweepstakes, and 7 lucky winners will win grand prizes!

 

PPBU_Q213_tcs4_survey_fbcover-2We will be announcing the winners on the Adobe Tech Comm blog, as well as other social media networking sites, such as Twitter, LinkedIn and Facebook!

The survey closes at 11.59 PM PST on 5th June 2013 and the winners will be announced on or before 8th of June 2013.

So what are you waiting for? Share your views in just 5 minutes and qualify to win grand prizes! Thank you in advance for your participation in this survey.

COMMENTS

  • By Anonymous - 3:52 PM on May 31, 2013  

    And what are the prizes?

  • By Matthew - 7:11 PM on May 31, 2013  

    The Winner will receive any one of the 7 prize packages:

    1. Apple Mini iPad

    2. Panasonic Home Theatre system

    3. LG LCD HDTV

    4. Nikon D3100 digital SLR camera

    5. Adobe Technical Communication Suite 4 (3 prizes)

  • By huh? - 9:35 PM on June 10, 2013  

    what is this ad doing on the techcomm blog? Why Sex is Good for Your Health Daily Health Post

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