This new Lookback iOS app looks pretty slick but requires you to put code in your iOS app in order to use it. So if your developers are willing, which seems like a more common trend, you can try it out. It lets you record screen, webcam, and taps while running in the background of your own app. And it can work for others apps on iOS if you jailbreak a phone to have around for testing. Need to test it out on an iOS app to see how it goes! Read more
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- Screen Hero Collaborative Screen-Sharing
- Seems like Screen Hero could be a promising app for co-working exercises with participants. This new desktop app for Mac and Windows lets two people click on the same screen and sort of work together. Looks pretty slick. I could imagine some co-design or just a better reverse screen-sharing experience then GoToMeeting or WebEx. Read more – ‘Screen Hero Collaborative Screen-Sharing’.
- Class: How to run your own DIY usability tests with Loop11 and usertesting.com
- Looks like a cool online class for using usertesting.com and Loop11 by Eddie James who is located in Orlando but of course that doesn’t matter. Class is free and really what the heck might as well. Check out the info on Meetup.com. Read more – ‘Class: How to run your own DIY usability tests with Loop11 and usertesting.com’.
- Holy Shit WebRTC Hits Mobile
- For any fellow remote mobile research nerds, this is huge news. The upcoming spec for WebRTC that allows peer-to-peer video and eventually screen-sharing is working on Android and iOS in development versions of FireFox. What this means is that in the near future apps like, ahem, ethnio, will be able to easily allow for webcam […] Read more – ‘Holy Shit WebRTC Hits Mobile’.