Archive for the ‘Survey’ Category

Poll: What is your favorite Illustrator CS4 new feature?

Thursday, February 26th, 2009

[Editor’s note: This poll from JC is linked below. Jean-Claude Tremblay is a consultant and trainer in Canada with over 20 years of graphic and prepress expertise helping people learn to create and work efficiently. View JC’s profile on LinkedIn.]

Using AICS4? What is your favorite major Adobe Illustrator CS4 new features/enhancements?
By @jctremblay poll created on Feb 21, 2009 (see more from this user)


Poll options include:

  • Multiple Artboard
  • Gradient Panel enhancements & Widget
  • Blob Brush
  • Smart Guides enhancements
  • Appearance & Style Panel enhancements
  • Clipping Mask enhancements
  • Separation Preview Panel
  • Type on Path enhanced engine
  • Tabbed Document & New User Interface
  • Isolation Mode enhancements
  • Something not in this list…
  • None of the above. Bring back CS3!

Monopoly: The World Edition — Vote Now!

Wednesday, February 20th, 2008

monopoly globalParker Brothers, the makers of board game Monopoly has embarked upon an exercise to find the world’s most popular cities as voted for by the public in a “Here and Now: The World Edition” to be released in Autumn 2008. The 20 pre-selected cities with the highest worldwide votes on February 29 2008 will make it onto the board. Plus voters will have from February 29 to March 9 2008 to vote on the most nominated Wildcard cities. Only the top two will make it on the board. Make your voice heard at: Thanks Laris.

SVG Poll – Do you use Scalable Vector Graphics?

Tuesday, December 18th, 2007

svg snowflakeI have created an informal survey to satisfy my personal curiosity if anyone actually uses SVG today and, if so, for what purpose. There was a time late 90s when SVG seemed to be a competitor to Flash, but that time seems to have come and gone, or has it?

The survey will stay open till end of February 2008. Results posted in March to my blog (check back here).

There are 10 questions total: Click Here to take survey