Creative Lives — Daniel Demmel, full-stack web developer at ustwo, uses technology to make people’s lives easier

Posted 04 July 2017 Interview by Marianne Hanoun

Growing up in Hungary, Daniel Demmel used to sneak into his dad’s office to use his computer, igniting an early interest in programming and digital design. While laziness is generally viewed as a negative trait, for Daniel his desire to kick back has become an ongoing incentive to create the simplest possible solutions in his work. Now part of the team at digital design agency ustwo, Daniel marries analytical skills with empathy to solve essential problems. So whether he’s analysing traffic to help commuters or sketching out new ideas, making people’s lives better is at the heart of his role. 

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