While each UX/usability lab can be tailored to your user experience needs, a typical usability lab consists of the respondent using a PC or other device in the conference side of the room with mirrored monitors in the viewing room displaying the respondent’s interactions.

Depending on setup requirements, usability sessions can be recorded with picture-in-picture (PiP) using our software (Morae) and can be delivered on USB as a .WMV file or as an .RDG file (which is Morae’s proprietary format that can be used in your own Morae Manager program).

Research sessions with usability labs can also be video recorded onto DVD. Video recording is available as stationary or operator assisted and, as with any type of research, UX sessions can be video streamed or video conferenced.