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Insight 360 Feedback Survey: We want to hear from you!

Stephanie Egger
March 28, 2016

We collect feedback from users all the time, and in a range of ways. In person meetings, user research sessions, forums, the blog, anecdotal comments, the list goes on. All of this feedback is essential for understanding the challenges and barriers the industry faces when considering performance analysis and its integration with the design process.

In addition to the day to day feedback we collect, every few years we put out a survey to understand the state of the industry and help us prioritize our development plans. As we start to expand and grow the capabilities of Insight 360, we want to check in with users (and non-users) about how we can continue to develop the toolsets to provide the most value.

So here we go, a 25 question survey about current practice trends, future trends, and plenty of opportunity to comment throughout.

Take the survey here

We want to hear from you! Tell us what you like, what you don’t, and what you need to be more successful at creating a better built environment.

Bonus: Completing the survey will enter you in a chance to win one of ten $50 Amazon gift cards!

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Stephanie Egger

Stephanie Egger is a building scientist and engineer, and passionate about reducing building energy use through education. She works on the Autodesk Building Performance Analysis Team where she exposes customers to the latest high performance building design tools and provides training on to how best use them. Previously she co-authored and launched a series of online courses that educate the next generation of designers. These courses and related certificate programs (Autodesk Building Performance Analysis Certificate) teach architects and engineers the basics of sustainable design and building performance through simulation and analysis tools. Stephanie pairs the creation of these educational offerings with the commitment to continuous improvement of building-design technology to enable designers to create sustainable and meaningful designs.