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Wingdings and symbols

Research has shown that respondents often use the visual elements of questionnaires to help interpret the questions and navigate through the questionnaire. While elements such as arrows, text bubbles, wingdings (Image, Example of Wingdings. ), and symbols can add extra assistance or aid in navigation, do not overuse them as they can complicate the questionnaire and draw attention to unwanted areas.

Care should be taken to use these elements only when it is deemed to be essential to the quality of the response. Use sparingly, as they may either create too much focus or clutter, or result in respondents making assumptions about what the symbol represents, instead of reading the appropriate text.

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