Product Design Questionnaire
I’d be interested to learn whether people who ‘light up like a christmas tree’ on the roads, have more or fewer incidents than riders who go for a minimal setup. My personal experience when I commuted was that I felt much safer dressed in black with just one FO powerful front and rear light, than when I used multiple lights, Sam Browne belt, frame reflectors and reflective rucsac cover.Posted 6 years ago
Hi all, I’m new on the forum but i have been riding bikes for many years, I’m a student at Salford university doing Product Design, our current brief is bike safety equipment, I have wrote a questionnaire and it would be greatly appreciated if you have 5 mins spare to fill it out for me. The first link is for a more general questionnaire and the second is focused more at Dh and all mountain side
P.S the questionnaire is not brilliant and if you have any other ideas about bike safety feel free to commentPosted 6 years ago
cheers for your feedback.
Don: Thanks for filling out the questionnaire and thanks for the comment, I’ve had a look through the results that I’ve got so far and with the questions being quite open its meant that I’ve had a wide range of answers. This will help me as it has given me a few other areas too look at in my other research.
Ian: thanks for filling it out and getting back to me with your question. I will sort that question out, ive forgotten to put in a year on it, should of read through it properly and been less egar to post it
Thanks again to those who have filled out the questionnaire it has and will be very useful for my briefPosted 6 years agocheers_driveMember
Done but it wasn’t clear whether the fist one was about on or affroad riding so mileage is different and when on road I tend to use a few rear lights (helmet mounted, fibre flare and seatpost).
Good luck with the degree. It is a tough industry to get a job in and wages aren’t what they should be but it can be very rewarding.Posted 6 years ago
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