About Daniel Ritzenthaler
I grew up in one of the most beautiful areas of the United States (Coeur d’Alene, Idaho) with a family of plumbers, builders, and mechanics. After spending several summers digging ditches, I thought art and computers would be the easy life. Even though I was horribly mistaken, I really enjoy the challenges of web design and haven’t looked back.
If you have any questions or suggestions, send me an email at: firstname.lastname@example.org
I graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree in 2002. Within a few years I started my own company with a great friend. Two years later we merged with another company and I became a Partner and Design Director for a full-blown marketing agency in Phoenix, Arizona. Along the way I worked with companies like Cold Stone Creamery, LifeLock, Microsoft, Motorola, Walmart, and Yahoo!
Since then, I’ve lived in New Zealand for a year, worked with a lot of great start-ups in Boston, Massachusetts, and am now working full-time as a Designer at Hubspot.
I also help co-organize the Boston UX Social Hour. It’s a lot of fun. You should go.
- What Does it Mean to be Simple for 52 Weeks of UX
- How CRUD is your design? for Visit Mix
- Match the Tool to the Problem for 52 Weeks of UX
- Decoupling Usability and Visuals for UX Booth
- Taking the Guesswork Out of Design for A List Apart
- Don’t Trust a Wireframe for Refresh Boston