Poll: 2013 – Surveys in Review
Thank you to the thousands of AUGI members who chimed in on this year’s home page polls and surveys.
To check out the results of each of the individual polls, search the library.
You can also download pdf summaries of past surveys on the archive page:
http://www.augi.com/surveys/survey-archive (you must be logged in to download survey results). I apologize for taking so long to update this page, I’ll be adding to it in the coming weeks.
While I do have a schedule of polls to run for the new year, I’d love to hear topic suggestions from our manufacturing, civil and design visualization members and would happily work in some polls for you. What would you like to know about your peers and how they’re working?
Snapshot of our members
Are you currently looking for a job?
More people were planning to stay at their jobs in 2013. Come back for the poll in March of 2014 to see if the trend continues.
Have you had a change in employment this year?
How you got your job:
Education levels :
Our favorite ways to learn:
Member of a Local Users Group (LUG)?
37% of you said you would like to be a member of a LUG, but do not have one close enough to you.
Here’s how you like your Social Media:
Which age groups are constantly connected to work?
What positive activity has occurred in your company this year?
Now a look at our software
What factors are most important for our upgrades?
How much of our work is in 3D?
How complete is Revit MEP, can it be used in production?
Your first version of AutoCAD:
Release 10 had the most replies, with 13.3%!
Your first version of Revit:
The average Revit user on AUGI has 6 years of experience.
I hope you enjoyed the look back at AUGI members in 2013. If you missed last year’s review, please check it out here: http://www.augi.com/library/2012-surveys-in-review
Melanie Stone is a CAFM/ IWMS Specialist & System Administrator supporting and writing about ARCHIBUS, FMInteract, Tririga, Revit, AutoCAD, BricsCAD or similar. She served as an AUGI Director/Officer for over 6 years and is currently involved with the STLRUG. Melanie can be reached at email@example.com or found on Twitter as @MistresDorkness on YouTube or on her Mistress Of the Dorkness blog.