About

Daniel Steinbock

Human-Centered Design Researcher,
Educator, Strategist

Daniel has two decades of experience working at the intersection of human values, technology, and education. He is a human-centered design researcher and educator in the ​San Francisco Bay Area.

Daniel has a long association with Stanford University’s Institute of Design (d.school), first as founding member of the K12 Lab, catalyzing creative confidence in elementary and secondary education, and more recently as part-time Lecturer in Design. He has worked in human-centered design education with universities on three continents, including Keio University in Tokyo, where he co-directed the Global Innovation Design Program, Royal College of Art in London, and Pratt Institute in New York City.

Daniel has a Ph.D. in Anthropology of Education from Stanford, an M.S. in Design from Stanford, and a B.S. in Computer Science from the University of California, Santa Cruz.

He is also a singer-songwriter, a film photographer, a game designer, a coder, and a fourth generation Bay Area native.

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