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Furniture Questionnaire

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Hi, I'm studying P.D at A2 level in college. For my main project I am going to design an manufacture a piece of casual/occasional furniture for the garden/decking environment.

 

To establish market demand and requirments, I figured a questioonaire would be a good way of finding this information out. Now here's where I come to my problem. I have the following questions in mind, although I'm only really pleased with No 1, 2 and 3.

 

I would greatly apriciate advice on the sorts of questions I should be asking as I feel rather stuck on this issue.

 

1 - What is the maximum price you would be prepared to pay for a casual/occasional garden chair

 

2 - Would you be inclined to purchase a stylised or iconically styled chair?

 

3 - Would any of the following green issues appeal or influence you choice when purchasing a chair?

 

4 - What features or requirments would you have of a piece of garden seating furniture?

 

5 - What type of char geometry would most appeal to you (slack angled lounger style, more formal upright designs, intermediate geometry etc...)

 

6 - Do you have any prefferences to the materials used in construction, if so please list.....

 

7 - Do you have any prefferences to the finish applied to the product?

 

 

 

 

 

If you could help me out or suggest any better questions that the feeble selection I have listed above, your help would be greatly apriciated

 

 

Thanks

 

 

Ollie <_<

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Guest jose3

Ollie,

I think that if you first choose the user therefore the scenario where that user interacts with you might probably answer those questions by yourself or a little investigation might do well. Take a picture of any back yard on your neighborhood and you can take conclusions of kind of chair fits in there.

Regards.

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