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Story image for wedding dress shopping from Daily Mail

Red alert! Rachel McAdams looks stunning in short scarlet ...

Daily Mail-Apr. 22, 2012
Rachel McAdams looks stunning in short scarlet mini dress as she shops with ... couple were not wearing engagement rings during their grocery shopping trip.
Story image for wedding dress shopping from Marie

Kate Middleton sends Alexander McQueen profits soaring

Marie 5, 2012
Kate's dress, reminiscent of Grace Kelly's 1956 bridal gown, was thoroughly British – save for the French Chantilly lace, and a great advert for the label.
Story image for wedding dress shopping from TV Fanatic

90210 Review: The Cost of Love

TV Fanatic-Apr. 24, 2012
There, now that we got that out of the way we can discuss this week's episode, "Bride and Prejudice." Naomi was going full speed ahead with her wedding ...
Story image for wedding dress shopping from Hollywood Life

'Married To Jonas' Recap: DaniTakes Kevin To Prom

Hollywood Life-Aug. 26, 2012
Two weeks before Prom, Dani takes her sister dress shopping at Jovani — a celebrity designer's dress boutique. While they are there, Dani and her older sister ...

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-- You must have the layout of each page and the questionnaire as a whole. First of all it is necessary to aspire to a free location of the text on the page, it is impossible to "kuchkovat", and stick to the page as much information as possible. Of course, thus can save paper, but it will affect the quality perception issues, and eventually on the quality of the answers. Freely located text is perceived and digested faster, easier to understand the meaning of the question. In addition, when freely located text quicker to read the questionnaire and the Respondent creates a psychological impression about the ease of the questionnaire. It's like a book: all must have noticed that if the test is free, as in children's books, the book is easy to understand and read, leaving the impression of easy to read. The same should be done in a questionnaire.
There are different methods of layout of questionnaire, location of issues and their technical combinations. For example, the left, is the question, typed in large or bold, and the alternatives that are typed in a smaller font, located on the right. The number of questions and alternatives herewith submitted beyond that they are well read and respondents and coders.