Design your questionnaire quickly and easily. You can either choose a template or start from scratch and edit the settings that suit your needs.
This guide will teach you:
1. Choose a Template
To change the design of your survey, go to the Design tab.
Select a ready-made template to give your questionnaire a professional look. Scroll through the selection to pick your favorite.
2. Add a Logo
Give your company greater visibility by uploading your logo. Scroll down to the section Logo. Click Upload logo to insert your company's logo.
If you decide that you want to use the logo colors, click Detect colors to automatically detect the colors from the logo you've uploaded. A box will pop-up displaying the detected colors and asking if you'd like to use those colors. Click Yes, please, if you're happy to use those colors in your design. If you're not sure about the colors, click No, thanks, for now.
3. Change the Colors
If you wish to make changes to the background, you can upload any image you want by clicking Update background or if you prefer a solid color, pick any color you wish!
Don't forget to Save changes and Preview the questionnaire to take a look at what you've just created.
Designing your survey with the respondent in mind, making sure it is clear to read, intuitive, and user-friendly will help to boost the response rate.
Here are some more tips to help you design your survey optimally.
- Layout: you can choose between a left-aligned, centered or compact layout. Make sure you preview both desktop and mobile devices to make sure your design looks good on both. Just click on the drop-down menu underneath the little preview screen.
- Text: you want your respondents to be able to read your text with ease. Take care to choose a font that is clear and colors that will show up against your chosen background.
- Button color: make sure that the button color ties into your color scheme and that the link text color you've chosen will show up both against the background color and the link button color.
- Progress bar: consider including a progress bar, especially in longer surveys, to inform respondents roughly how long the survey will take to complete and motivate them to keep going. Respondents who have already answered a few questions but don’t know how much more is going to be asked of them may just decide to drop-out.