My thoughts on Sci-Survey: A new employee’s perspective

We were recently joined by a new member of the team, Zac Roberson, and this gave us the opportunity to get some new eyes on the latest version of our app. Zac is a very analytical mind, so we asked to do a thorough test of all the functionality and to give us his opinions. […]

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Thought leadership and working in Liberia

Recently WWS was asked to present our Sci-Survey app as well as our experiences in mobile data gathering to participants attending the Certificate Programme in Community Relations Practice at Wits University. The course focused on community relations and social issues, and introduced practitioners to innovative methods to collect, analyse and manage socio-economic baseline data for […]

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SurveyGizmo features World-wize Surveys on their main page

SurveyGizmo, who supplies us with a portion on our back-end infrastructure, has featured co-founder Tandi Reilly on their home page. World-wize Surveys is possibly one of the more innovative ways in which their service is being used and this is the second time the company has featured us. Although we occasionally use the front-end SurveyGizmo […]

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World-wize Surveys bets on HTML5 for the next app version

Since the beginning of this year we have been thinking about how we can expand the reach of our app beyond the iOS operating system. Some of our clients are requesting a version built on an open-source technology as this is sometimes a project requirement. Also, platforms like Android have advantages to iOS devices in […]

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World-wize Surveys conducts it’s largest survey ever

During April and May 2013 World-wize Surveys conducted a survey of over 1300 responses in Uganda, it’s largest survey to date. This was done in a mere 28 days using 6 fieldworkers, clearly showcasing the benefits of tablet-based social data gathering. We provided input throughout the gathering process as we developed what turned out to […]

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