Dave has made his career designing products to fit people. He has designed physical, visual, and auditory user interfaces for hand-helds, kiosks, web sites, production machines, and automobiles, and has conducted user research in the lab, on the web, in the field, in cars, and in the homes of consumers. Dave has worked for a broad range of companies which include General Motors, Eastman Kodak, Compuware, ForeSee, and Quicken Loans (Rocket Mortgage). Dave is currently focused on the design of infotainment, cluster, and vehicle connected services and their touch points beyond the car via web sites and apps at the Hyundai American Technical Center. Dave is a frequent presenter, has taught user research and design courses at conferences and colleges including University of Michigan and the College for Creative Studies. He is a chapter author of, “Design by People for People: Essays in Usability” and co-author of, “Checklist for Expert Evaluation of HMIs of Automated Vehicles—Discussions on Its Value and Adaptions of the Method within an Expert Workshop”. Dave’s contributions to the profession include the ongoing direction of the Internet User Experience conference (iueconference.com), mentoring students and professionals in the field, a former board member of the International UxPA, and a co-founder of Michigan chapters of ACM SIG-CHI and UxPA.