Daniel Steinbock takes a broad interest in how people create and collaborate using technologies like digital media, prototyping, embodied interaction, and silence. He holds a B.S. in Computer Science from the University of California at Santa Cruz, an individually-designed M.S. in Human-Centered Design from Stanford University, under David Kelley, and a Ph.D. in Anthropology of Education, also from Stanford. Daniel's work spans academic research, teaching, and design practice, specializing in ethnographic methods for design research. Clients have included Panasonic, Herman Miller, Product Red, and SunPower. At Stanford, he taught in the Program in Design, the Stanford d.school, and the School of Education. He joined the faculty of Keio University in 2012.