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HumanCentric Announces Manager of Interaction Design

05-26-2008 12:28 PM CET | Business, Economy, Finances, Banking & Insurance

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RALEIGH, N.C. (May 23, 2008) — HumanCentric, a full-service, integrated product development services company, announced today Matthew Stevens has been promoted to manager of interaction design. Stevens will manage HumanCentric’s interaction designers and software engineers, help define the ongoing strategy of this design capability and support clients with their interactive projects.

“Matthew was hired at HumanCentric as our first interaction designer, and he serves as a key example of the great balance between design and technology that this role requires,” said Sheila Crosby, director of design at HumanCentric. “Matthew has contributed greatly to growing HumanCentric’s portfolio of interactive work, and his new role will serve to provide an even wider array of services for our clients in all domains.”
Stevens joined the HumanCentric team in 2007 with 10 years of experience in interaction design and development, Web site creation, and CD-ROM and software applications. He has worked with an extensive client list including: Hewlett-Packard, Microsoft, Maxtor and McGraw-Hill. Stevens holds a B.A. in Psychology from Georgetown University.

HumanCentric
200 MacKenan Dr
Cary, NC 27511-3627

Media Contacts:
Cindy Stranad
919-232-5008
Cindy@articulon.com

Dana Dorroh
919-481-0565
ddorroh@humancentric.com

About HumanCentric:
Headquartered in Cary, N.C., HumanCentric is a full-service, integrated product development services company. At the foundation of HumanCentric is a genuine passion and commitment to the human side of product development with a continued focus on the client, the product and the end user. HumanCentric’s combination of education, skills and experience in the areas of industrial design, graphic and interaction design, human factors, and design research provides clients with unparalleled capability for meeting their business objectives on all design projects. For more information, please visit www.humancentric.com.
A multidisciplinary company, The HumanCentric Group includes HumanCentric, HumanCentric Research, HumanCentric One Source, and HumanCentric Health, each offering a comprehensive range of services including user research, human factors, industrial design, graphic design, project staffing, and direct hire recruiting to commercial and government organizations.

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