UX design in Boston is exploding, and ATF is right there in the heart of it. We’ve been expanding our team of UX consultants, designers, and researchers over the past year, most recently to include UX Designer Brian Del Giudice.
We’re very excited to welcome Brian to the team. Finding the right UX designer has been quite a challenge. “We were looking for someone who has the creative vision as well as really solid problem solving skills,” says Heather O’Neill, VP of Operations. “Plus, we want to find the right attitude and personality to mesh with our team – it’s like searching for a piece of a puzzle.” Brian’s been with us for three weeks now, and we can tell he’s the right puzzle piece.
Brian has ten years of UX background, ranging from mobile UI Design to web usability work to development. He has worked with enterprises as well as mid-sized software companies, and he’s looking forward to taking on a variety of projects with ATF. Brian was awarded the Fidelity Excellence in Action award in 2009, and is affiliated with the Usability Professionals Association and Usability Week 2011 DC. His design and user experience skillset stand out in the crowd, and we are happy to have him on board.
To quote Brian, “I’ve been looking for a company that really understands the value of design. So far, I have found ATF to be an incredibly versatile, nimble and organized design shop, and I am happy to be joining such a great team.”
A big welcome to Brian Del Giudice, the newest member of the ATF family!