Please join us in welcoming our newest User Experience Researcher, Christopher Cabrall to the Anthro-Tech team!
Christopher is a User Experience (UX) researcher with a background in human automation interaction and system integration. As a seasoned practitioner with over a decade of experience, he is an expert in Human-Centered Design research including user interviews, surveys, A/B experiments, and usability testing. Christopher enjoys taking a data-driven and goal-oriented approach towards understanding how users interact with products and services offered by all kinds of organizations. He likes to leverage user research to help challenge assumptions, mitigate pain points, and identify new opportunities.
With a Doctorate of Philosophy in Human Factors and Engineering, a Master of Science in Human Factors and Ergonomics, and a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology and Linguistics, Christopher is well-versed in human factors engineering and the cognitive sciences. He is a professional member of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society (HFES) and the San Francisco Bay Area Human Computer Interaction (BayCHI).
Outside of work, Christopher enjoys playing recreational league ice hockey and exploring off-leash dog open spaces.
We are excited to have Christopher on our team! His passion for helping organizations infuse Human-Centered Design practices and principles into their services and products is crucial for improving the customer experience and improving people’s lives.