This is a 1 option poll with 50 respondents targeting Age range (55 64, 45 54, 35 44, 25 34, 21 24, 18 20), Etsy shopper (Yes), and Arts and craft hobbyist (Yes). A sample of responses:
- I would want to know what the benefits were to creating an account. I'd want to know how this service works (is there a FAQ?) and be assured that I would either be satisfied with what I ordered or get a refund if not. If I was more into art, I'd want to know how to list items on there.
- I like it, is it a legitimate company? I like the selling of unused items. I personally would not buy used items, even if only slightly. Those ciuld be donated to a school or nursing home. It's a good ideaa for recycling.
- I don't have any questions. I wish I had this site during art school, and after when I donated so many supplies.
- No questions! It’s like a thread up but for art! I kind of like that concept because I buy a fair amount of art supplies and don’t always want to buy them at a high cost. I guess I do have one question that I don’t see answered on the main page— what’s the return policy if items aren’t as described??
- I like how straightforward and appealing the visuals of the landing page are. It seems like it's easy to navigate and the prices seem on point. It's really making me want to go out and buy a $3 pad of art paper. I like the screen lined effect that the design seems to be going for as well as the simple point-and-click interface design. The only real complaint I can have with it is the quality of the images. They seem like they were ripped from a secondary site and populating the website, rather than done specifically for this website. I'm actually a proponent of unique water marks in the image for no other reason than as a visual trick to get the customer to believe that someone personally made the images. While this might take away from some of the professionalism it would add to the effect of individualized service. Like as in we might not be Amazon but we are professional and we work with you on a personal level.