HumanCentric Technologies, a company focused on the relationship between people and technology, is adding another human factors specialist to its staff.
Adam Smith will focus on user experiences. His previous position was as a senior associate of user experience for Sapient Corporation, a consulting firm in Washington, DC.
“Adding Adam to our user research and human factors team underscores HumanCentric’s commitment to growing its product development support capabilities for our clients,” said Barry Beith, founder of HumanCentric.
Smith earned an undergraduate degree in anthropology and a Masters in information science with an emphasis on human-computer interaction from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.