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Survey on Board Gaming to help with a Master's Thesis

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UPDATE
Due to an overwhelmingly positive response (see the comment below), the survey is closed. We maxed out the number of responses it can handle. Thank you to all who helped!

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Ralph Mabb is looking to the SWA community for some survey data for his Master's Thesis.  Please keep reading if you'd like to give less than 10 minutes of your time.

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Hello fellow SWA gaming enthusiasts!

I am currently pursuing my Master of Fine Arts in Graphic Design through one of the Art Institutes.

I currently am in the thesis phase of my academic career and this is the culmination of almost three years of hard work.  My thesis is titled Graphic design and the board game industry: Form vs. function to gamer satisfaction.  Its a study the impact graphic design & aesthetics have on board games and the board game industry in general.  I am almost done but at this point I wanted to get some good feedback from some fellow gamers that I can use as reference material.

So I have designed a survey that should only take a few minutes of your time, its ten questions and completely anonymous.  The questions center around board games, aesthetics and information management within board games. Most questions are general in nature and are multiple choice. It should only take about ten minutes and I am looking to get as many responses as possible in a weeks time.

So If you don’t mind please take the few minutes of your valuable time and fill out my online survey available here:

http://www.surveymonkey.com - SURVEY CLOSED


By June 1st, 2009 if at all possible.

And thanks again
Ralph Mabb

SWA Web Links Update

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Our hardworking Web Promotion guy, Dave Cuatt, has been diligently adding
new items to the Web Links section of our SWA homepage over the last year.
Take a look and you'll probably find something that will interest you.

All of the websites featured in Game
Convention Calendars
are helping us promote our own Council of Five Nations,
and they are also a great way for you to find out about gaming (and other)
conventions all over the world. This section will continue to grow as we
approach Council, so check back often and you'll never have to miss any convention
action.

If you know of a web site that the SWA community would like to see, please
click on Add
Link
on the Web Links page and submit it to us. If your link doesn't
fit well in any of the categories up there now, please let us know and we'll
create a new one.

The SWA web site is here to serve all of us, and it's meant to be a collaborative
project. The more we all pitch in, the better it will be.

Please click
here
to go to the Web Links page of the SWA web site now.


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