I’m David Wright, an award-winning product designer working at a startup in the San Francisco bay area. I have expertise designing editorial products, having spent most of my career in and around digital newsrooms. I believe in framing the problem, user-centered research and egoless collaboration.
At Twitter, I focused on creating foundational design systems to help make Twitter a great experience for everyone. I helped ship a bunch of cool stuff, including a project that hasn't launched to the public ... yet.
At NPR, I led the teams responsible for the design and UX for all of NPR’s digital products. I was on the team that researched, concepted and launched NPR One. As an individual contributor, I led the design efforts on Planet Money for iPhone, NPR Books, Live Music Events and others.
Prior to NPR, I spent three years as a Senior Site designer at USA TODAY. Before that, I was a UI designer at SmartBrief and a multimedia developer Knight-Ridder/Tribune, where I created editorial graphics by hammering out ActionScript on stone tablets. My full work history is documented on LinkedIn.