I conducted my second user testing at the same school as the first one, PS261 in Brooklyn. The testing was done by 5 students, 3 of them from the 1st test.
Each student tried on the final design of the holster and moved around with it. Kids were wearing lighter clothes that enabled them to feel the comfort of the holster better. The main aspect testing on this round was ease of use. Kids were given the holster bundled up, without any directions to put on. They were all able to put it on without any help or question. Here are the comments from the group:
- the previous one was too hard to put on
- the previous one was bigger
- it needs to be all same color so it's less visible
- it needs to have instructions on it saying if it's worn on your back or front
- this one makes more sense
Conclusion: The holster was easy and therefore passed the test. How it's worn is dependent on the user and what else he's wearing.