Autodesk survey for 3D users

Autodesk survey for 3D users

Autodesk is conducting a survey about 3D work in AutoCAD. Here is the announcement:

Do you use 3D in your AutoCAD work? We want to learn from you!

If you are familiar with 3D modeling, lighting, rendering, or visual styles, either in AutoCAD or in other software, we’re interested in finding out more about how you work.

We are conducting a survey to learn about your 3D work process. The survey should take less than 10 minutes to complete, and your feedback will help us improve future versions of AutoCAD. Here is the link:

We are also conducting a series of paid research sessions over the next few weeks. At the end of the survey, you will have a chance to sign up for sessions if you are interested.

Who we’re looking for: People who are familiar with lighting, rendering, or visual styles

What it involves: If you are selected to participate, we will get in touch with you to set up a study time. During the 1-hour session:

* You will work 1-1 with a facilitator using meeting software and the phone
* We will observe part of your work process and ask questions
* You will be given a $30 Amazon gift card as a thank-you for your time

Dates: We are conducting studies during the week of March 7th and the week of March 14th.


  1. R. Paul Waddington

    ” You will be given a $30 Amazon gift card as a thank-you for your time”

    $30 dollars for an hour of professional consultation? Get real guys; this will ultimately equate to less than $15 per hour when done. Autodesk should be embarrassed to set such an incredible low value on their professional customers worth and professional information.

    For each of the surveys I have done in relation to users application of Autodesk products I have always paid the requested hourly rate of the person(s) involved, and was happy to do so; as I believe customers giving me feedback, in this form, has a value not dissimilar to me providing consultation advice and or training.

    You get what you pay for and if Autodesk puts so little value on feedback then it is easy to see why some much of what we know they get is ignored. Act professionally when asking for assistance and get paid professionally for what you provide!

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