Elizabeth has over 35 years of experience in information systems, focusing on human-computer interaction (HCI) and user experience in web sites, web applications, desktop applications, and complex systems. Her experience includes several years in system engineering, defining and analyzing system and user requirements and integrating the HCI process into the system life cycle. Elizabeth has master's degrees in mathematics and human development and is proficient in Italian. She serves on the editorial board of the UPA's online Journal of Usability Studies and served on the editorial board of ACM's <interactions> magazine for six years. She is the co-editor (with Dianne Murray) of the book Usability in Government Systems: User Experience Design for Citizens and Public Servants, published in 2012 by Morgan Kaufmann Press. The book is available for order on Amazon.com.
Independent consultant in the area of user experience, user-centered interaction design, human factors, and usability
Technical leadership of user-centered interaction/interface design (part time)
Project management and technical leadership of a variety of projects in human factors research, usability assessment, and interaction design. Mentoring of colleagues in human factors principles and practices, interaction and interface design, and statistical issues affecting research projects. Writing of proposals for new business. Staff photography.
User interaction/interface design and system engineering on dozens of projects. Analysis, specification, design, development, and evaluation of web sites, web applications, and desktop applications. Specification and analysis of system and software requirements; definition of HCI engineering role in system life cycle. Founder and cochair of CSC’s User Experience Community.
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