The Readers Speak: The Design Data Format Survey


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If you’re or designer or a design engineer, the odds are good that you have a few things to say regarding design data formats. We want to hear from you!

Your participation in this design data survey would be much appreciated. We know that your time is valuable, and you’re getting ready for the holidays, so we’ve kept it short and sweet.

Remember that the more detail you can provide on the open-ended questions, the more valuable the information will be to our readers. To take this survey, click here.

Have a great holiday season and a happy New Year!

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