Principal, Halibut Flats
Daniella Kim, Ph.D. is the principal user researcher and founder of Halibut Flats Research and Development. She is an academically trained experimental psychologist with over 15 years of research experience. Daniella spent seven years at the University of Washington, investigating how babies listen to and hear music. Most recently she is teaching a class on Toddler iPad Game development at the UW and on faculty at the Art Institute of Seattle where she taught Psychology and Acoustics. Daniella has recently been investigating the acquisition of gestural communication by digital natives. She loves the spark of collaboration in UX and believes that good experience is a priority in all interaction.
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