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Daniel Greenblatt

Interaction Designer at Google
Zurich, Switzerland
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Daniel Greenblatt

Interaction Designer at Google
Zurich, Switzerland
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Meet Daniel Greenblatt, an interaction designer with a passion for creativity and user-centered design methodology. With a Master's degree in Human Computer Interaction from Georgia Institute of Technology, Daniel is an expert in visual design, software development, user interface development, and usability. He has worked across various environments, from product development to pure research. Daniel's exceptional combination of experiences enables him to innovate and leverage the abilities of fellow designers and the desires of customers.

Daniel's proficiency in various computer programming languages, including HTML, XML, Python, Java 2 Standard and Micro Edition (J2ME), Android OS, Objective-C, PHP, provides him with valuable technical insight into product development. His expertise in design software such as Illustrator, Flash, Dreamweaver, and Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) allows him to bring designs to life. Daniel's familiarity with formative and summative evaluation techniques such as cognitive walkthroughs, heuristic evaluations, think-alouds, and focus groups, puts him in a unique position to provide usable products.

Before joining Google as an Interaction Designer, Daniel worked at SMART Technologies as a User Experience Specialist, and at Motorola as an Interaction Designer and Experience Planner. Daniel's search for knowledge and his desire to create something new led him to work as a Summer Intern at Nokia Oyj/Multimedia Experience earlier in his career.

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