The AutoCAD folks at Autodesk are trying to understand how AutoCAD users work in a connected, cloud enabled and mobile world - and they'd like your help! (yes, You!)
You just need a camera phone or digital camera and a computer to participate in the Oz Photo Hunt.
Yes Dorothy, we’re not in Kansas anymore. There are incredible new possibilities for AutoCAD and Autodesk in general. And Autodesk wants your input into what this new territory might look like!
So what do they need from you?
Take photos of the following list of items, and write a short caption describing each. These images can be both figurative and literal, and might include screenshots as well as photos that you take yourself.
YOU CAN TAKE AS MANY OR AS FEW PICTURES AS YOU LIKE, DRAWING FROM THE LIST BELOW.
2. Your “main workspace(s)” (i.e. the place where most of your work is done)
3. Any other places where you do your work (1-3 pictures)
4. Something that makes your job easier
5. The thing you would most like to delegate
6. Your favorite mobile applications, websites, or software/technology (1-3 pictures)
7. How your favorite mobile applications, websites, or software/technology make you feel
8. How you see AutoCAD CURRENTLY within the context of a connected world
9. How you would like to see AutoCAD in the FUTURE, within the context of a connected world
How do you submit photos?
Add firstname.lastname@example.org on Facebook, and post your pictures on the wall (along with a short caption). If you prefer, you can also email them directly to email@example.com
How will this be used?
Your input will impact our strategy for AutoCAD in a connected world, and will be used only for research purposes.
What’s in it for you?
EACH photo you submit will count as ONE entry into a raffle. Prizes will include two $100 Amazon giftcards. If you live outside of the U.S., you may select an online vendor of your choice for the giftcard.
What’s the deadline?
All photos must be submitted by Friday, August 19 (so hurry!)
How do you get started?
Click on the link below to start the short survey and you'll find more detailed instructions at the end of the survey.