Daniel Sauble is a UX Designer at Puppet Labs. He designs interfaces, sketches on copious swaths of whiteboard, and curates the UX team’s pattern library.
Daniel graduated from Baker College in 2009 with a B.S. in Computer Science. He has interned at IBM, Intel, HP, Nike, and FEI, and now works full-time at Portland-based Puppet Labs.
At Puppet, Daniel tackles design problems in the IT space. This has included patch management, orchestration, configuration, and continuous delivery. He has coordinated user testing efforts for these and other projects at Puppet Lab’s annual conference.
Currently, Daniel is writing patterns to standardize behavior and feel across all of Puppet Lab’s products. This pattern library is intended to be a useful tool for UX, product, and engineering–and to have a direct impact on shipping product.