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Surbiton, Surrey, United Kingdom, 2006/07/04 - Webcredible, a leading usability and accessibility company, has appointed Lisa Halabi as its new head of usability - Webcredible.co.uk.
Lisa will be responsible for driving the growth of Webcredible’s usability business as well as co-ordinating projects, providing guidance for all usability related issues and running the company’s training courses. Lisa will report directly to Webcredible’s Director, Trenton Moss.
Lisa excels at helping companies design websites that enable site visitors to find what they want quickly and efficiently, having provided usability consultancy to blue-chip companies, both in the UK and Australia, for over six years. She joins Webcredible from Foviance where she held the position of senior usability consultant for three years and played an integral role in growing the team from 7 to 35. Lisa is also a founding member of the Usability Professionals Association UK Chapter.
“Webcredible is a fast growing and exciting company and I’m really looking forward to getting stuck into the role,” said Lisa. “Despite the enormous growth that the company has seen, there is still much scope for development. I fully intend to put my stamp on the company and help take it from strength to strength over the next few years.”
“Lisa has a proven track record of getting fantastic results and possesses the drive and enthusiasm that we really love to see,” said Trenton Moss, director, Webcredible. “She is an absolute expert in what she does and really wants to help us grow the company and I truly believe that this is exactly what she’ll do.”
Webcredible is a UK-based web usability and accessibility consultancy, dedicated to making websites easy to use, accessible to all and ultimately more effective. Launched in 2003, Webcredible has enjoyed year-on-year growth of over 300 per cent and is now one of the most respected consultancies in the usability and accessibility industry.
Webcredible works with a long list of private and public sector clients based in the UK, Europe and North America including T-Mobile, Norwich Union, Yamaha, the BBC and the World Health Organization.