Jambate wrote:Hi Guys,
Thanks for all your feedback, and responses! Apologies to anyone that struggled to answer any of the questions - writing surveys is far harder than I had initially imagined!
As it happens, pretty much any answer is useful so don't worry about not quite answering in the way you think a question should be answered.horizon wrote:Hi Jambate: would you mind saying a little bit more about the epistemology of your study, where the questionnaire and its replies fit into your overall study and your own perceived risks when you cycle. Many thanks, horizon.
Hi Horizon, I am trying to design a product to reduce the perceived risk in cycling, so the purpose of this study is to find out what people find scary. In my own experience, the scariest thing (that isn't actually life threatening) is being overtaken too fast and too close, which is pretty much what people said in their responses. The next stage will be a set of follow up questions to start finding out WHY that is scary. Once I know the why, I can start to design a solution to mitigate against it.
Jambate: thanks for that. What I am trying to find out is what else you are doing to further your work apart from asking questions. Asking questions is usually a good thing but not in the sense that you are doing it.