Resident foodie and...gulp...Frank Zappa fan, Dan performs both traditional and novel user experience research techniques. All our client engagements are varied; Dan helps determine which research activities are the most appropriate and will collect the most usable data for a particular project.
After seven years working with hard-to-use interfaces in technical support, Dan found his User Experience design calling after participating in a usability study. Dan enrolled in the MBA+MS in HumanFactors in Information Design program at Bentley University. After graduating from Bentley, Dan spent two years at an interactive agency performing usability and neuromarketing research studies. For the latter research, Dan investigated eye tracking and biofeedback methodologies, and has presented extensively on these topics.
Dan is an active member of the Usability Professionals Association, holds a BA in Psychology from Brandeis University, and is particularly interested in visual space perception. As if that's not enough, Dan currently serves as the president of the Boston chapter of UXPA.
When not in the office, Dan can be found flying a stunt kite, cooking a mean French onion soup or hiking in the woods of Vermont and Maine. He is also often teaching information technology at Bentley HF certificate program, or Kent Stat MS Design program.
Mad*Pow Webinar: Your 'Psychologist Voice': Leveraging Voice Mindfulness for UX Research
iMotions Customer Success Story
The Usability Study is the Swiss Army Knife of UX Research
The Boston Chapter of the User Experience Professionals' Association
Improving health experiences through human-centered design and technology.
The Royal Sonesta, Cambridge, MA
IA Summit 2017
Designing for Humans
Boston Interactions Winter Party
BostonCHI, UXPA Boston, and other usability and interaction groups.
Mad*Pow Webinar: 'Your Psychologist Voice': Leveraging Voice Mindfulness for UX Research
Mad*Pow's Dan Berlin discusses how to use your "psychologist voice" when moderating sessions.
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