Architecture firms use Engage to gather client & community feedback for the design of successful buildings in diverse contexts.
Architecture firms use Engage to seamlessly gather project feedback. Traditional in-person meetings often generate a lot of paper waste and end up dumping the cataloguing responsibility on an intern or junior team member. These notes are difficult to track, synthesize, and act on.
Engage eliminates this wasteful process by digitizing the sticky notes feedback process. Now, clients and stakeholders can be surveyed quickly and with zero waste.
Engage is a great tool for gathering design feedback from diverse groups. People can easily comment on what they like or don't like in a friendly and interactive way. Great for digital events and even in-person meetings.
Engage helps architects and designers gather subjective and quantitative insights. Sticky notes surveys are an important part of subjective info gathering but Engage allows you to combine these with important demographic questions that bring context to the entire project.
Let's say you're working on an education sector project. You have a design for a new performing arts center and you want to build support for the project by including staff, parents, and students in the brainstorming process.
You can create an Engage survey with a rendering and ask for their feedback. Since you can combine sticky note questions with other questions, you can determine how popular a certain design element is with parents vs teachers vs students. This information may help you prioritize certain elements and ultimately build support and buy-in for a project.
Engage has the built in tools and question-types to help you quickly build this type of data-gathering survey and send it to all stakeholders at once.