Daniel Burka


Daniel Burka is the director of product and design at the not-for-profit Resolve to Save Lives, an organization dedicated to preventing deaths from cardiovascular disease. He has over 20 years of experience in the tech industry, working in the fields of product design, product management, and user experience design.

Burka began his career as a freelance web designer in the early 2000s, working on projects for tech startups and other companies. He then joined Google in 2005 as a Senior User Experience Designer in the Google Reader team. During his time at Google, Burka worked on a number of projects, including Google Calendar, Google Maps, and a variety of other products.

In 2012, Burka joined Digg as the company’s Chief Design Officer, overseeing the social news aggregator's design and product strategy. He left Digg in 2014 to become the Director of Product Design at the venture-backed startup Milk.

In 2018, Burka joined Resolve to Save Lives as the organization’s Director of Product and Design. In this role, he is responsible for overseeing the design of the organization’s programs and products, which are aimed at improving global public health.

Burka is a highly respected tech industry figure with many awards and accolades to his name. He has been named one of the “Top 40 Innovators Under 40” by BusinessWeek and was included in Forbes’ “30 Under 30” list. He has also received the Google Founders Award for his work on Google Reader.

Burka is passionate about using technology to improve people’s lives and is committed to creating products and services that have the potential to make a positive impact. He believes in the power of design to create positive change and is dedicated to creating products that are both effective and accessible to all users.