So, you've somehow acquired the Fedora Usability Lab. Perhaps you've volunteered to run some usability tests at an event or show, or perhaps you got a group of friends together to test out some software you've been working on in Fedora. Great! But, what next?
- First, let's review what equipment the Fedora Usability lab will provide you.
- After that, we'll review what equipment you'll need to supplement the kit with in order to run a successful usability test.
- Finally, we'll walk through how to assemble the usability lab.
By the time you follow the steps in this document, you'll have configured all the equipment you need to run a usability test.
What's In the Usability Lab?
The Fedora Usability Lab comes in a big black box. The box it comes in is a hard-sided Opteka equipment case with foam padding on the inside to protect the parts. The box is 13" x 18" x 7", and it has a shoulder strap and briefcase-style carrying handle.