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Fixing Bad UX Designs by Lisandra Maioli

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Support coupled to the cell phone

The important thing is to mount something light, and do not disturb the movement move; use a right angle to shoot without disturbing the person's vision. And think of a way to stick the cell phone there. It may be with Velcro, double-sided tape, or a fixed cell phone. There are those who use a document camera, with fixed focus, but a webcam with an adjustable focus may be enough:

Pros:

  • You shoot the person's finger and the interaction on the screen.
  • One can pick up the cell phone and move with it, and maybe even walk away, until the camera cable runs out.
  • Because the camera is attached to the computer, you can keep track of what the person is doing.
  • If you have Morae, you can use it to sync the two cameras. ...

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