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Jesse Resnick

New York, NY, United States

Member since September 08, 2008

  • User Testing Scenario



    I created two user testing scenarios, and created instructional/observational sheets for both because I will not be present for all of the user testing sessions (I will be there for the first few, but the school will also continue testing as often as once/day).

    The first testing scenario is intended to acclimate the child to the wristband. After speaking to one of my contacts from the NSSR, I realized that it may take some time for the children to get used to having something on their wrist. She suggested setting aside a few days of testing for the students to touch and interact with the product so that they could get comfortable with it before I went further. I created a list of questions/observations to take note of when performing the testing, which can be seen in Eval 1 down below.

    The second testing scenario was made to teach the children how to use the wristband effectively. It is intended for use after the student has become comfortable with the product. I detailed and illustrated the instruction process, and included space to take quick observations on how the child responded (mostly yes/no questions, and a few time-related questions). This instruction sheet can be seen in Eval 2 down below.

    Eval 1 Eval 2

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