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Seven distribution methods to increase low response rates
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Seven distribution methods to increase low response rates

Are you concerned about low response rates for your evaluations? Sometimes getting survey responses can be a difficult task. Culture Counts help you review your distribution methods and establish an effective plan to maximise your sample size and engage a mix of demographics representative of your audience.

Alison Lasek
Alison Lasek
2 October 2018
This Must Be The Place
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This Must Be The Place

Culture Counts Project Manager Callum Taylor discusses the need for a structured framework and standardised language to describe good design. This allows us to start to measure and articulate its true value.

Callum Taylor
Callum Taylor
7 September 2018
How to be Successful Collecting Data in the Field
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How to be Successful Collecting Data in the Field

Hi, my name is Clare Chappell and I've been the Field Work Supervisor at Culture Counts Australia for over two years now. Here are my top tips on how to carry out and manage fieldwork using tablet-based surveys.

Clare Chappell
Clare Chappell
5 February 2018
Speaking the Language of Data Visualisation
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Speaking the Language of Data Visualisation

Data visualisation is a powerful tool that can turn raw numbers into a compelling story to impress, persuade and educate. Analyst Aaron Kosovich shows how new tools can be used to present your information and ideas far more effectively than any other form of communication.

Aaron Kosovich
Aaron Kosovich
1 October 2017
The Impact of Culture and Environment on Liveability
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The Impact of Culture and Environment on Liveability

This blog looks at how a city’s culture and environment contributes to its ranking on The Economist's Global Liveability Report. Perth, who scored 100% in the categories of healthcare, education and infrastructure, believe it’s culture and environment stopping them from cracking the top five. But what is it that makes up the culture and environment category and where should Perth be looking to improve?

Alison Lasek
Alison Lasek
30 August 2017
Make the Reef Great Again
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Make the Reef Great Again

A recent report has valued the Great Barrier Reef at an estimated $56 billion. In addition to the economic case, due consideration should be given to cultural, social, civic and environmental impacts, in order to truly appreciate the reef's broader value. Callum Taylor discusses the need for a holistic measurement framework for the reef.

Callum Taylor
Callum Taylor
7 August 2017
Achieving a Significant Sample
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Achieving a Significant Sample

Another question we often get asked: Do I need to capture hundreds of audience responses to achieve a significant survey sample? This blog uses a recent case study to explore what significance means and provides tips for how to achieve it.

Justine Morris
Justine Morris
3 October 2016
Storing Data in the Cloud
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Storing Data in the Cloud

What the heck is the cloud? People often refer to storing data in the ‘cloud’, but what does this concept really mean and how is the cloud constructed?

Reed McConnell
Reed McConnell
30 August 2016
A Fresh Look for Culture Counts
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A Fresh Look for Culture Counts

Culture Counts is in the process of a complete design makeover. Starting with the launch of our new website this month, we’re beginning to roll out updates to reflect a new brand direction for our online and offline communications.

Tom Leenders
Tom Leenders
20 May 2016
Ready, Connect, Go!
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Ready, Connect, Go!

Since the opening of Perth’s Elizabeth Quay in late January this year, thousands of visitors have flocked to the waterfront to marvel at the impressive design, breathtaking views, and colourful light shows featured in the new development.

Reed McConnell
Reed McConnell
2 May 2016