Elizabeth Rosenzweig is a principal usability consultant at Bentley’s Design and Usability Center. During 25 years in the field, she has built specialties in design and development for websites, mobile applications, hardware products and more. She holds four patents in intelligent user interface design and regularly lends her expertise to major corporations and academic institutions alike.
Rosenzweig is founder and director of World Usability Day, begun in 2004 on the heels of her term as president of Usability Professionals’ Association. The occasion has grown to involve 44 countries and more than 180 events. She frequently publishes in industry journals, has written chapters in three published books, and presents lectures at conferences around the world.