Outstanding user experience strategy consulting firm


rCDO UX is a consulting company founded by Daniel Rosenberg.  We provide UX strategy and product design services to companies ranging in size from Fortune 500 to startup.  We mentor CEOs, CPOs, Development VPs and UX leaders, helping them optimize the alignment between their UX investment and their company’s business plans.  Regardless of company size or market type (B2B vs. B2C), the typical consulting engagement is focused on strengthening corporate “design” DNA to continuously deliver products and services with a highly competitive user experience on the Web, mobile and embedded platforms.  Current clients include cloud, consumer, big data, analytics and medical applications companies.

Frequently requested services are described on this website.  In addition, we will be happy to provide sample statements of work (SOW) and portfolio examples to demonstrate how we are helping our many client companies integrate rCDO UX services into their business plans. Please send your information request to: info@rCDOUX.com

Chief Design Officer

Before founding rCDO UX Daniel spent more than 18 years as the top UX design executive at two of the world’s largest software companies, Oracle and SAP, where he led their global UX efforts across all product lines.  He is also well known as a designer and inventor of the tabbed UI along with many other heavily copied UI patterns.  Many of these landmark designs date to his tenure as the user interface architect for Borland and Ashton-Tate.  He has authored many important books and articles in the UX field and taught worldwide on both technical and design leadership topics.

Some of our current and former clients:


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Recent Posts


Dan has been invited to be one of the keynote speakers at the Alibaba UCAN2018 conference in Hangzhou China this spring.

See Dan’s latest publication on The Business of UX Strategy which is the cover article in the latest issue (March/April) of ACM Interaction Magazine.


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