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  1. For a survey to be useful, questions will need to be detailed in order to start uncovering gaps in functional needs. To do this well, it will require more time and resources. This includes having to prime respondents with enough detail to be able to respond to questions well (especially true for those who aren't internet job seekers or familiar with WIC / job boards).

  2. . A scaled down version of a survey (more a questionnaire) might be useful to help find people who would be interested in participating in co-design and ask some attitudinal questions. This is more feasible to do given our time and resources.A questionnaire can be implemented as a workshops.

  3. If the scaled down survey’s purpose is to help identify people who would want to do the workshops, then it would be better to omit a survey altogether and send out a call for interest and the co-design registration form. This will help streamline the communication and process (for both administration and for participants), and help focus efforts toward the co-design. Co-design workshop registration form will have eligibility questions and demographic / personal interest questions to help ensure balance of perspectives at workshops.