This week Carlos is joined by Daniel Burka, Director of Design at Resolve to Save Lives, which he joined nearly two years ago to support the mission of saving 100 million lives from cardiovascular disease and to prevent epidemics.
In conversation with Carlos, Daniel walks through his journey from the early age of seventeen when he founded his first company Silverorange which this year celebrated its 20th anniversary. Since then he’s been leading on design across various organisations including Digg, Milk, and Google Ventures. Now he runs product and design in digital product initiatives at Resolve to Save Lives.
Listen in as Daniel shares what he’d do differently with hindsight, the importance of testing and sifting through various ideas to spot the good ones, and how to manage the relationship between design and engineering teams.
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