Luminanze works with several associates, whom we can bring in as needed to collaborate on projects:

Fabio Vitali

Fabio Vitali is a professor of Computer Science at the University of Bologna (Italy) and the head of the Laboratory of Web Technologies. The lab deals with all aspects of the design and evaluation of web-based applications and document systems, including user interaction design and usability engineering. Fabio has a Master's degree in Mathematics and a Ph.D. in Computing and the Law, both from the University of Bologna.

Colin Cassidy

Colin Cassidy is a graphic artist and Web designer. Elizabeth and Colin worked together on a few projects when they were both with CSC, and when Elizabeth founded Luminanze she immediately hired Colin to design its logo and create the graphic design of its Web site.

David Poehlman

David Poehlman is an active participant in efforts regarding the accessibility of Electronic & Information Technology (E&IT), such as the Protocols and formats working group of the World Wide Web Consortium's (W3C's) Web Accessibility Initiative (WAI). David works on projects for both government and industry, and he provides training and technical assistance as well as software and web page auditing and remediation assistance. He also provides guidance in accessibility to private industry through technology testing and dialog. David has been an active participant in technology access since 1991, and uses assistive technology in his daily work.

David Harris

David Harris is a UK-based independent consultant with over 35 years of experience in information technology and systems engineering, working at most levels dealing with systems that include IT. Dave has a wide knowledge of how systems work from the top (people, applications) to the bottom (operating systems, CPU chips, supporting electronics) as well as an appreciation of usability, costing and acquisition, evolving technology, training issues, etc. These give him an unusual view of what it is actually practical to achieve with a proposed system, and of how it might be done.

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