Design Pickle Study Reveals We Need More Work-Life Balance Tips

Design Pickle

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Design Pickle is a subscription-based graphic design service. They offer unlimited requests and revisions for a monthly subscription fee of $370. They are also our parent organization and a long time YesInsights user! We have joined forces to release a monthly report.

Design Pickle was one of our biggest advocates before the acquisition, and they continue to implement our surveys into their workflow. They use our surveys in so many different and creative ways, so they make a great case study for ideas.

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Here are just a few of the ways they implement our surveys into their daily workflow:

  • Send fist bump or high five surveys for completed designs
  • Send NPS surveys once a month to gain more insights on their clients’ feelings
  • Ask clients if they are interested in a discount. Then they segment the respondents according to their answers
  • Send biweekly designer review surveys
  • Send a Question of the Month survey

And Design Pickle implements YesInsights surveys in a variety of other fun and creative ways. I personally know that they deal with multitudes of survey responses every single day as I was on the Design Pickle team before coming over to YesInsights. (They use us religiously.)

As such, we have teamed up with them to create reports pertaining to their Question of the Month. Each month Design Pickle sends out a Question of the Month survey to their customers related to business, technology, or marketing.

August’s Question of the Month was:

How well do you balance work life with the rest of your life?

Design Pickle wanted to find out how well their clients are able to balance their work life and home life. August usually means that your kids (if you have any) are getting ready to go back to school, so Design Pickle thought it would be a great time to get insights on their clients’ work-life balance.

If you’re struggling with balancing your work and home life, you’re not alone. Less than 15% of those surveyed maintain a healthy work-life balance. Which translates into over 85% of respondents struggle with balancing their work and home lives.

The Pickles quickly realized we need more work-life balance tips.

So Design Pickle brainstormed three different ways they could help their clients achieve more balance in their daily lives. They are meditation, automation, and communication. View the full report here or you can find it at the end of this article.

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This is a perfect example of how you can leverage your YesInsights surveys to find actionable data, create content, and ask the questions nobody else seems to be asking! And it highlights how off-topic questions can be used to strategically build better relationships with your clients.

So now, sit back, relax, and enjoy the report 🙂

How well do you balance work life with the rest of your life?

The report below was made using the Design Pickle service (click here for the downloadable PDF):

image of Design Pickle's Monthly Report for Augustimage of the results of the survey highlighting that work-life balance tips are desperately neededimage of work-life balance tip #1 - meditationimage of work-life balance tip #2 - automationimage of work-life balance tip #3 - communicationimage of work-life balance tips from Design Pickle's clientsanother image of work-life tips from Design Pickle's clientsimage of the results of Design Pickle's work-life balance question of the month

Looking for more Question of the Month reports? Click here.

John is the Marketing Lead at YesInsights. John is motivated by a desire to make other's lives easier, particularly through digital means. He is fascinated by seeing other businesses grow, and that's how John landed at YesInsights.

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