Snowboard product survey.

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  Thread Started By:   Foreverman   On:   Friday 26/10/2018 @ 13:17 Show Newest First    
Foreverman
Posts: 3
  #2  Snowboard product survey.  Posted 26/10/2018 @ 13:17
Hi, I am a final year product design student at Bournemouth University and I am reaching out to you to ask if you could take my survey. It will only take a few minutes and is about a new snowboarding product. The survey link is: https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/LRHHG32 Thank-you very much for your time!
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Flinnster
Posts: 1025
Surrey
  #3  Re: Snowboard product survey.  Posted 26/10/2018 @ 19:08
Revision #1 (Last edited: 26/10/2018 @ 19:11)
In reply to post #2...
Unfortunately you need to participate in the community, join other conversations and prove you are an actual snowboarder before many will help you with your coursework.

Sadly we have a plethora of these surveys year after year.
You ain't the first, you won't be the last.

You probably hate what I'm saying at this point, but in time you may realise it's a good life lesson.

To stand out, you do actually have to do something different.

And yup .. it's very unlikely people will hand out information for free.
Tell your course leaders to get their mindset outta the 1990's and stop repeating the same outdated advice year after year to their students.
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Barry1864
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  #4  Re: Snowboard product survey.  Posted 28/10/2018 @ 19:18
In reply to post #2...
I've filled it in for you
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Foreverman
Posts: 3
  #5  Re: Snowboard product survey.  Posted 20/11/2018 @ 23:09
In reply to post #4...
Thank-you very much Barry
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oldgit
Posts: 276
Hampshire
  #6  Re: Snowboard product survey.  Posted 21/11/2018 @ 00:33
In reply to post #2...
Likewise although a I see you have another post on the same lines.

As a general point... whilst I’m sure there is always innovation to be had, avoid trying to fix problems that don’t exist or are not significant. I want kit to be simple and low-cost. Step-in bindings are a case in point for me anyway. Oh and jackets that cost £600.
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