How to easily, using standard DIY equipment measure the strength of magnetic field generated by a permanent magnet?
Narrowing down the "loose language" of the above:
strength of magnetic field: either flux density B at given point relative to the magnet or magnetic flux ΦB over area enclosed by a loop made of wire - whichever will be easier to measure, either of those is fine.
standard DIY equipment: commonly found household items, rudimentary tinkering tools. Soldering tools, multimeter, simple electronic parts, or maybe an easy to make spring-based dynamometer - anything of this class of complexity.
The distance of measurement is such that the field is easily noticeable through simplest methods e.g. another magnet held in hand exerts perceptible force - distance of maybe 5cm away at most.
The measurement doesn't need to be very accurate - error of order of 50% is quite acceptable. Simplicity is preferred over accuracy.
Rationale: trying to estimate what coil I need to generate sufficient amount of power to light a LED with a frictionless generator based on that magnet (knowing speed of movement of the magnet and location of the coil relative to the path of the magnet). If you know other simple methods of doing that (without need for measuring the field), they are most welcome them too.