What is Kodak’s Big Picture Panel?
Kodak’s Big Picture Panel consists of individual consumers who provide insights to help develop Kodak’s future products and services. Kodak’s Big Picture Panel members will be invited to complete at least one online questionnaire per month. Panel members agree to complete at least one survey a year to continue as panelists.
What is the purpose of Kodak’s Big Picture Panel?
Kodak’s Big Picture Panel exists strictly to gather consumer opinions and experiences for input into the design and communication of Kodak products. The opinions of panel members are reported only in the aggregate. Individual opinions and identities will never be shared. The business of Kodak’s Big Picture Panel is research.
Who can participate?
Panelists will be Individuals who are between the ages of 18 to 65, and who join the panel through successful completion of the initial Kodak Big Picture Panel survey.
How do I join?
To be eligible to participate in Kodak’s Big Picture Panel, you must first complete the initial Kodak Big Picture Panel survey, available at bigpicturepanel.kodak.com. The initial Kodak Big Picture Panel survey asks preliminary questions about picture taking and imaging products in your household. Once the questionnaire is successfully completed you may be eligible to participate.
How often will I be asked to participate in a survey?
Panel members will be invited to participate about once per month. For each study, you will receive an invitation by E-mail to participate.
What happens when I agree to participate in a survey?
If you agree to participate you will be sent to an online survey, which you will then complete. The topic of the survey and survey length will vary. You will generally have one week to complete the survey before the survey becomes inactive.