Surveying What's Next.

Now that the Kickstarter campaign has finally come to a close, it's time for the fun part: getting people their stuff!

However, if we all found the add-ons system laborious and confusing, I'm finding the site's survey tools aren't a whole lot better. By introducing add-ons, I allowed everyone flexibility in what they got to order. However, this also means I can't just make a survey that's one-size-fits-all. 


So, as much as I didn't want to... I'm sending out 2 surveys. One created with Kickstarter's backend tools, to connect basic data with backers' actual purchase records. The second is a little more customized to each person's order. Believe it or not, this may actually be faster and less frustrating for everyone in the end! 

I'm finding Google Forms has some great tools that are allowing me to build out some pretty dynamic forms - somewhat improved over versions I've used in the past.  

If you ever need to create a survey, it's a great tool and totally free. It's just one of the tools you get with your Gmail/Google Drive account. It also looks like a lot of teachers make use of it, as many of the downloadable tools seem to revolve around borrowing books and logging grades. You can check it out at

Anyway. I know. RIVETING!!! However, if you backed the campaign, you will see my glorious little form coming soon to an inbox near you.