I have once again been asked to share a survey with you:
LEGO has been posting quarterly surveys for some time now. The last couple of surveys have been quite repetitive and with no other apparent purpose than to comply with the need to put out a quarterly survey, but this time things look a bit more interesting.
I have already taken the survey and there are a couple of things I'd like to comment.
For starters there have been a lot of complaints about the aggressive colours: true, yellow and red are very LEGO, but some of the lists make you want to put on your sunglasses, so be warned :D
Also, this survey asks about you involvement in on-line communities, both LEGO and non-LEGO (from Facebook to EuroBricks). There is no clear insight into why certain communities have been included in this list (Bricklink even twice) and others, like TechnicBRICKs haven't. It is a pity there is no option to add information on the community of your choosing, but this fact has been brought to the attention of LEGO and I will get back to you with any feedback I receive.
Finally, and this has been the subject of some comment on the Ambassador forum, it appears there are quite some AFOLs out there who do not know what a LEGO Ambassador is and that their community has one. I am pretty confident that the TechnicBRICKs readership know they have an Ambassador and that they can contact him (me) with any questions or concerns they would like him to convey to LEGO. The reason this survey is posted here is because the Ambassadors were asked to post it in their respective communities, and TechnicBRICKs has a LEGO Ambassador.
Just making sure you know/remember.
Friday, October 21, 2011
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