Public voting feedback

Interaction with the community can provide valuable feedback and improvements.

Communication between site and the public is key in obtaining feedback. The easier this is the better.

One site below demonstrated this in the example below:

  • Site had voting devices with four buttons (smiley face to grumpy face) for the public to press for the site to get instant feedback:
  • Issues were displayed such as ‘Are we being a good neighbour?’ which had a very good response rate;
  • Data from this is converted into weekly and monthly reports.

Please use the below resource for more information.

Downloads

Feedback button monitoring Click here to Download


Footer Reference

Monitor report. Brookfield Multiplex Construction Europe Ltd. London. July 2016


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