We are Daylight.
Brett leads physical product innovation at Daylight. Prior to Daylight, Brett was the VP of product at Azud and a senior associate at Loop, one of Europe’s leading innovation consultancies. Brett received his masters in product design from Stanford now teaches there as an appointed lecturer.
Pascal leads Daylight Design Europe. Prior to joining Daylight, Pascal spent 15 years at IDEO, with multi-year leadership roles in the Palo Alto, London, and Munich studios. Most recently he led IDEO Europe’s business in "Systems and Service design," which included work in the areas of mobility, manufacturing, energy, and financial services.
A veteran of IDEO and Lunar, Junggi Sung helps lead Daylight’s industrial design practice worldwide from Daylight Asia’s headquarters in Seoul. In the tradition of influential designers like Naoto Fukasawa and his mentor Bill Moggridge, Junggi consistently rises above the bureaucracy of business to achieve poetically simple and visually stunning results.
Priyanka brings a holistic approach to her work at the intersection of social impact and experience design. Prior to Daylight, Priyanka worked in the Design Innovation Group at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center. Priyanka holds Masters degrees from the IIT Institute of Design and the Indian Institute of Technology.
Patrik is an industrial designer with international work experiences in Europe, Asia, and North America. Prior to joining Daylight, Patrik was a lead designer at Idea Couture and a senior designer at Samsung Electronics. Patrik holds an MFA in Industrial Design from Umea Institute of Design, in Sweden.
Rachel is a strategist and user experience designer with a background in graphic design and research. Prior to Daylight she worked with Cooper Hewitt Smithsonian Design Museum and SonicRim Global Design Research. Rachel holds an MFA in design from California College of the Arts.
June is a brand director at Daylight’s Seoul office. Prior to joining Daylight, he was Brand Creative Director at Daum Communications, one of Korea’s leading online platforms. With over 15 years of experience and several international awards, June focuses on revealing the soul of a brand through design.
Lizzie creates experiences to tackle systemic problems and empower people to live healthier and happier lives. Prior to Daylight, Lizzie worked in community development addressing challenges facing our cities, schools, and food systems. Lizzie holds a Master of Design degree in interaction design from California College of Arts and a bachelors degree in architecture from the University of Virginia.
Pablo is a versatile product and industrial designer. He’s lived in many countries including Mexico, Japan, and Singapore and consistently brings curiosity and cultural empathy to his work. Pablo holds a BFA in Industrial Design from the Rhode Island School of Design and has completed master-level coursework at the Politecnico di Milano in Italy.
Siddharth is a multidisciplinary designer who finds joy at the intersection of graphic, communication and interaction design. He previously worked with Designit in Copenhagen, and Siemens Research in Princeton, USA. Sid holds a masters in design from NID, India + HH Hannover, Germany and a bachelors in architecture.
HeeSeon is a design strategist who is passionate about bringing human-centered solutions to technological development and social impact problems. Prior to Daylight, she was a senior designer at Samsung Electronics and a business consultant at Accenture. HeeSeon holds a bachelor’s and a master’s degree in industrial design from Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology.
David is an interaction designer whose visionary work has earned him iF, Red Dot and IDEA awards. David believes in experiential prototyping and breathing life into mobile and online interactions. David studied at Delft University in Holland and received his master’s at the Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology.
Hannah intertwines human-centered design, writing, and visual arts to garner insights and to communicate clear solutions. Empathy allows her to navigate multifaceted systems issues such as racial segregation on college campuses or economic inequity in California. Hannah holds a bachelor’s degree in English and human-centered design from Dartmouth College.
Minjeong is a user experience designer who has taken multiple products from concept to launch. Prior to Daylight, she was at Coursera, a company that spreads higher education online, as the founding designer and design manager. Minjeong holds an MFA in product design from Stanford and a bachelor's of fine art at the University of California, Berkeley.