How to provide a usable Evaluation Kit?

29 Sep 2006 - 4:11am
7 years ago
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Sandra
2006

Hello
I'm evaluating the evaluation kit of one of our products, i.e. what
customers will see before they buy the product.
This product already provides a tutorial. But an evaluation kit is not the
same thing as a tutorial.
So my question is: What an evaluation kit should provide? How deep can we go
in the explanations? Do all the procedures have to be described?

Do you know some guidelines to make an evaluation kit usable?

Thanks in advance for your help
Sandra

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2 Oct 2006 - 4:02am
Baldo
2005

the best "evaluation kit" is the product itself.
Why can't you use it?

> So my question is: What an evaluation kit should provide? How deep can we go
> in the explanations? Do all the procedures have to be described?

2 Oct 2006 - 4:07am
Sandra
2006

Ok, the best evaluation kit is the product itself. But in order to "guide"
the users to test some features, an evaluation kit is provided...

2006/10/2, Baldo <baldus at gmail.com>:
>
> the best "evaluation kit" is the product itself.
> Why can't you use it?
>
> > So my question is: What an evaluation kit should provide? How deep can
> we go
> > in the explanations? Do all the procedures have to be described?
>

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