Wondering if anyone here might have some advice: We're going to be undertaking onsite field usability studies for the first time over the next year, and I'm wondering about techniques / equipment / software for recording such sessions.
For user tests we run in-house, we use Morae to capture screen and face video and audio. Possibilities we've thought of for onsite visits are:
- Video camera with tripod
- Getting client buy-in to install something like GoToMeeting on their machines and record a session with it.
Anyone have any suggestions?