Daniel can help you with
UX Design Strategy
Working with CEOs, CPOs, CTOs and UX leaders in Enterprise, B2B, B2C and medical software companies to build design strategies that truly reflect their companies business plan and demonstrate design leadership in the boardroom. Examples include expanding a powerful technical product into a consumer space to grow a new market (Splunk), creating a design process for medical simulation software to meet FDA mandated usability requirements (HeartFlow) or defining design plan to support a “Products to Solutions” pivot for an established eCommerce portfolio (Move Inc). Typical engagements focus on a combination of the three P’s. Product, People and Process to create a sustainable creative ecosystem that includes UX, development, product management and marketing.
UX Team Mentorship
Working with established UX leaders in all industries to improve their leadership and management skills, meet organization challenges, transition through mergers and acquisitions and build achievable staffing plans. Special focus areas are implementing globally distributed design and user research teams and boardroom level communication and UX team reputation management.
Books by Daniel
published in April 1991
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Daniel is the chief design officer for rCDO UX, a design strategy firm serving C level executives and industry UX leaders in defining and executing competitive user experience strategies. rCDO UX clients include both startups and publicly held companies in the medical, consumer, and enterprise software domains.
Prior to founding rCDO UX, Daniel was the senior vice president at SAP. In his seven years in that position, he directed user experience design and usability activities across all SAP product lines. Prior to joining SAP he was vice president of research and development for UI design at Oracle. He also worked as a user interface architect for Borland International and Ashton-Tate. He designed the first Windows GUI for Borland C++, as well as many other early innovative product user interfaces for personal computers.
Daniel has authored or co-authored many well-known publications in the HCI field, including Human Factors in Product Design and chapters in the original Handbook of Human Computer Interaction, Coordinating User Interfaces for Consistency, and Usability in Practice. He was one of the founding editors of ACM’s netWorker magazine and has been serving on the advisory board of interaction-design.org for the past three years.