Online Survey Widgets

PersonalDNA is Yet Another Myer-Briggs Test. But I’m not posting because of this, but rather because of the smooth design of the slider widgets for their survey. If you do online surveys, theirs is a good one to check out.

Anyone know if these are theirs or if they pulled them from a library? Wouldn’t be all that hard to reproduce them, in any case, but would make matters simpler if they were part of a (free) library.

Oh, and in case you are curious, here is what it thinks of me. I’m not sure how I can be radically open and also an authoritarian, but I am, after all, a riddle wrapped in a mystery inside an enigma.

(Mouse over the below for a key to the colors. And no guarantee that I’ll keep it on here long, since it seems they are slow on serving the image.)

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2 Comments

  1. david + seth
    Posted 3/15/2006 at 6:06 pm | Permalink

    hi. i (david) helped develop the personalDNA test.

    the widgets are ours… we built them using flash. we wanted to create mechanisms that would allow for more nuanced responding than a typical 1-5 or 1-7 scale.

    (from seth, responsible for the tech side):
    if the image is slow, try using the full html version, which is linked to on your report page. the full html is what the javascript builds anyway; using the pre-built version may be faster.

    thanks for positive feedback, and please drop us a note at those e-mail addresses if you have any more questions or comments!

  2. Alex
    Posted 1/28/2009 at 6:51 am | Permalink

    Hello David, I am trying to get in contact with you. How do i call you. …. i would may have some programming work for you. Thanks Alex

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