Articles by Tomer Sharon
Tomer Sharon is a user experience researcher at Google in New York City. He is a graduate of Bentley University and founder and past president of UPA Israel. In addition, Tomer is a former UX Magazine editorial board member. Prior to joining Google in 2008, Tomer worked for nine years as a researcher at Check Point Software Technologies in Israel.
(English) Engaging Teams with Rich Reporting: Recipe for a Research Findings Expo
(English) Rich reporting, for example, an expo, is an improvement beyond traditional written reports leading to a more meaningful engagement among a wider variety of stakeholders. [Leia mais]
(English) Editor’s Note: Remote Testing: Less Time, More Reach, and More Participants
(English) Five years ago, when the term remote testing was brought into a conversation between usability practitioners, everyone knew what it meant. The moderator of a usability test was located in the lab and the participant was not. [Leia mais]