Daniel is a design partner at Google Ventures. He is best known for his work with web groundbreakers like Digg and Mozilla.
Daniel has spent more than a decade helping startups with product design. He co-founded Canadian web agency Silverorange, where he worked with a broad range of clients including Ning, the Canadian government, Bebo, Revision3, and Mozilla, where he helped design the Firefox brand. Daniel went on to lead the early stage of designs for Digg.com and spent five years as Digg’s creative director. He also co-founded the social network Pownce with Kevin Rose and served as director of design for Tiny Speck, a gaming startup.
In April 2011 Daniel and his long-time collaborator Kevin Rose co-founded the mobile incubator Milk, which was acquired by Google. After joining Google, Daniel led mobile user experience for Google+ before becoming a partner at Google Ventures.
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|May 21, 2016||Mobile Syrup - App of the Week: One Big Thing – the next generation of to-do lists|
|Apr 22, 2016||BetaKit - Nick Burka reimagining idea of the To Do List with One Big Thing|
|Apr 21, 2016||Mobile Syrup - Canadian programmer Nick Burka creates app that helps users accomplish one important goal a day|
|May 11, 2015||Fast Company - Government Groundbreakers|
|Aug 28, 2014||TechCrunch - Announcing The Full Agenda For TechCrunch Disrupt SF 2014|
|Jul 18, 2014||Venture Beat - Top designers react to Airbnb's controversial new logo|
|Feb 24, 2014||WSJ Blogs - John Zeratsky: Understanding Entrepreneurial Design|
|Aug 30, 2013||TechCrunch - Vancouver’s GROW Conference Shines A Spotlight On Canada’s Growing Startup Scene|