Michele Visciola is Experientia’s president. He is an international expert on usability engineering, human factors, and user-centered design, and heads the Italian chapter of the Usability Professional Association. He has lived in the UK and the USA (where he studied at MIT Sloan) and is known as Italy’s top expert on usability.
Erin O’Loughlin has a bachelor of arts and a bachelor of business degree from the University of Ballarat, Australia. She has lived and worked in Australia, Japan, and Italy as an editor, writer, and teacher. She has edited a number of books and translated academic papers and a book from Italian to English. She works for Experientia as an editor, copywriter, and proofreader of English-language documents, as part of their commitment to high quality deliverables.
Irene Cassarino is a researcher on open innovation. She has a Ph.D. from Polytechnic of Turin and also studied at Queensland University of Technology, the University of Sussex, and MIT’s Sloan School of Management in Boston. In her collaboration with Experientia, she has been involved in projects focusing on open innovation, ethnographic research, value exchange, design strategy, and sustainable development through behavioral change.