Consultant, U.S. Digital Service
Dan Willis is a designer and consultant helping the U.S. Digital Service fix the federal government one project at a time. He led a major DesignOps effort at U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services and is currently helping FEMA overhaul its approach for creating enterprise software. Willis led design teams at PBS, Marriott and The Washington Post and his consulting clients have included Volkswagen, the Royal Bank of Canada and the American Museum of Natural History. A frequent speaker at international, national and local UX-related conferences, he is the co-author and illustrator of Designing the Conversation: Techniques for Successful Facilitation.