Daniel Burka - Big Omaha 2017 Speaker
Mar. 6, 2017 / By: Hunter Fangmeyer
Daniel is well known for his time at Digg, where he lead the early stage of designs for Digg.com and spent five years as Digg’s creative director. Daniel was also a founder of Silverorange, where he worked with a broad range of clients including Ning, the Canadian government, Bebo, Revision3, and Mozilla. He also came up with the concept behind the Firefox logo.
In April 2011 Daniel and his long-time collaborator Kevin Rose (a 2014 Big Omaha speaker) 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 GV.
Launched as Google Ventures in 2009, GV is the venture capital arm of Alphabet, Inc. GV has invested in many notable companies, including Slack, Uber, and Stripe.
To learn more about how Daniel’s experiences in designing products for startups, join us at the Kaneko on May 17th-19th for Big Omaha 2017. We’ll see you there!
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