edc_2011_I - Appendix I User Testing Report APPENDIX I USER...

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Appendix I: User Testing Report 357 APPENDIX I: USER TESTING REPORT The following user testing report comes from a team designing a module that would fit into an automobile passenger seatback and be used to store and easily access items such as snacks, a lap desk, etc. Source: Shiao, C., Chen, S., Lee, C. & Srinivasan, S. (2003). Progress report #4 . Engineering Design and Communication, Northwestern University. Purpose The purpose of our first round of user testing was to determine how the mod- ule for the passenger seatback should be oriented. To use our design, drivers will need to fold down the passenger seat and be able to easily see and reach desired items. In this round we wanted to learn two things: (1) whether a tilted or horizontal orientation would best facilitate removing food from an insu- lated pouch, and (2) how easy it is to remove the lap desk for writing. Test methodology Two team members conducted four user test sessions with our mockups. The mockups were constructed of foamcore (see Attachment A).
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