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Fixing Bad UX Designs by Lisandra Maioli

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Stand with camera resting on the table

This is a simpler method: just have a stand (again, the acrylic stores help a lot) and support it on the desk by putting the camera face down.

If you want to invest a little, there are cameras that already come with support, such as Ipevo:

Pros:

  • You shoot the user's fingers and the interaction on the screen.
  • The person can pick up the cell phone and move around with it, with some mobility, as long as they do not leave the camera's range of action.
  • Because the camera is attached to the computer, you can keep track of what the person is doing (and adjust the camera if necessary).
  • If the media is loud, you can use the person's cell phone and also see a bit of the context—sometimes you can shoot a note ...

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