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We want your opinion, we want your feedback

We want your opinion, we want your feedback

“The Internet allows a daily exchange of particular topics of interest. So, you can kind of put out a question regarding a topic of interest and you will have many people respond to assist in that discussion.”

It is always interesting to hear what others have to say, especially as our opinions can vary regarding different topics.

For us at ArchDaily, we highly value your opinion, as your contributions to our articles spur debates about architecture, design and society. Your continual feedback helps others look at things from a new angle and critic the success of a project.

So, we’d like to know your take on how we can make ArchDaily better suit your interests. We are constantly publishing the latest architectural news focusing on an array of topics from building technology and materials, to events and competitions, to interviews and even magazine reviews.

We want your opinion on which of the following topics you would like to see featured more often on ArchDaily.

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Cite: David Basulto. "We want your opinion, we want your feedback" 07 Jul 2010. ArchDaily. Accessed . <> ISSN 0719-8884
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