Photograph of Dan Harlow, the guy who built this site.

Hi- I'm Dan.

I'm a digital product designer with a multidisciplinary background.

I've been designing websites, apps, and software for over 13 years for a variety of clients ranging from B2B/SaaS specialists, leading food and beverage brands, and government healthcare projects. During this time, I've built my career around simplifying complex UI/UX enterprises with engaging visual designs that meet W3C web accessibility standards. I also taught myself front-end development during this time, and it has continued to sustain my enthusiasm for making the web more accessible.

In my spare time, I love riding my bike, running, and am always on the lookout for new coffee roasters to try. Like every designer and aging punk cliché, I live in Brooklyn with an increasingly unmanageable record collection.

I'm currently a senior UX designer at Brandwidth, creating a variety of digital experiences for clients like Dow Chemicals, Toyota, and ChristianaCare.

Most Recent Work


Dow Visual Product Finder

Dow Polymers With Purpose

Dow Paint Vision

Issimi Luxury Car Auctions

NY State of Health via GDIT

Blue World

Portfolio on request →

Employment History

Brandwidth2022 - Present

GDIT2021 - 2022

Various Freelance Clients2019 - 2022

Blue World2014 - 2019

Pow Interactive2012 - 2014

dKorr/ModAffekt2011 - 2012

Read my full CV here →


Pratt Institute2008 - 2010
BFA, Communications Design

Pratt MWP2006 - 2008
Communications Design Program

Contact Me

I'm not currently looking for other full-time opportunities, but I am always open to collaborations and other fun stuff. If you're interested in discussing a project, making something together, or simply getting in touch, please send me an email. Portfolio, references, and other materials are also available on request. A more detailed resume/CV of my work history can be viewed here.

Feel free to connect with me on LinkedIn, view my project moodboards on Pinterest, or be a voyeur on Instagram. If you're a fellow record collector, follow me on Discogs and let's trade some stuff!

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