Adrian Roselli Named Senior Usability Engineer of Algonquin Studios

Buffalo, NY, August 22, 2006 --( Algonquin Studios announced today that Adrian Roselli, one of Algonquin’s founders, is now the company’s Senior Usability Engineer. Roselli, an accomplished author, speaker, and programmer, will develop and maintain usability standards for Algonquin Studios, including accessibility, compliance, cross-browser support, and interface design.

In his new capacity, Roselli will expand his speaking schedule, appearing at conferences, seminars, and tradeshows worldwide. An internationally seasoned speaker, Roselli has been a featured panelist for TOevolt, where he presented on accessibility and localization in a global market. In addition to his speaking engagements, Roselli contributes articles for a number of trade journals, web sites, and has participated as an author and editor on several books published by Glasshaus, including Web Graphics for Non-Designers, Cascading Style Sheets, Web Professional’s Handbook, Constructing Usable Shopping Carts, and Usability: The Site Speaks for Itself.

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