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London, 15th February 2004 –Usability by Design, www.usabilitybydesign.com, has appointed Trevor Thompson and Arni Teigene as User Experience Consultants.
Trevor Thompson’s background is software specification and development. His skills lie in taking complex requirements and translating them into user-friendly systems. Trevor has managed projects for a number of major global brands, including Kelloggs, Microsoft and Epson.
Arni Teigene specialises in the user-centred design process as it relates to online booking and purchase processes. A strong technical background means that Arni also understands strategic and implementation issues facing clients.
Both Trevor and Arni will be using their expertise to help Usability by Design’s clients to communicate successfully with the users of their web applications and other kinds of interface.
"We are delighted to announce these appointments which represent the continued expansion of Usability by Design. Their unique know-how and experience means that we will continue to be a leading usability specialist in this competitive marketplace.” said Frank Gaine, UK Director of Consulting.
About Usability by Design
Established in 1997, Usability by Design specialises in improving the customer experience across all forms of interface, ranging from mobile devices to web and software applications.
The latest techniques in usability, accessibility and interaction design are employed to ensure ease of use and maximum ROI for clients. Usability by Design has experience in a wide range of sectors, from banking and financial services through to e-commerce, travel, education, Local Government and more.
With offices in the UK and Australia, Usability by Design counts as its customers a variety of high profile national and global organisations.
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Published on: 12:00AM on 15th February 2005