David Dell’Agostino is a user experience designer and educator in San Francisco.
After studying and teaching philosophy through the 90s, David began thinking about other things in 2000 when he joined Primo Angeli as a web developer.
He soon migrated to user experience design and has collaborated with numerous agencies, corporations, and start-ups on design and development projects, from enterprise application software to award-winning social marketing campaigns.
David’s agency experience includes Carbon Five, Evolution Bureau, MRM//McCann, Mekanism, Meta Design, Razorfish, and Stone Yamashita Partners.
He has worked on a variety of brands, including Camelbak, Facebook, Nike, VISA, YouTube, Kingsford, and Walmart.
In 2014, David joined Swirl as the agency’s UX design lead, and most recently administered user research of Juniper.net, following a redesign of waltdisney.org, home to The Walt Disney Family Museum.
David also teaches design and research for the Bay Area Video Coalition, where he mentors aspiring UX designers.
Outside of work, David enjoys life with his family near Golden Gate Park, and for fun, teaches philosophy part-time at City College of San Francisco.