Daniel Sauble

Product Designer and Software Developer with 9+ years in B2B tech startups


Lead Product Designer at New Relic (2020-)

  • Support five teams in our Developer Ecosystem group
  • Designed developer.newrelic.com and our App Catalog
  • Designed a API key management UI for our Accounts group
  • Contribute PRs to fix code and styling issues
  • Facilitate monthly user research projects

Product Manager at npm (2019-2020)

  • Supported five development teams across the company
  • Shipped a security policy engine for npm Enterprise
  • Shipped an email invite feature for the public registry
  • Shipped a fund subcommand in the npm CLI to help fund OSS projects
  • GitHub acquired npm in 2020

Product Owner at Sonatype (2017-2019)

  • Supported our Nexus Repository Manager team
  • Shipped a new tree browser for packages
  • Shipped a better dashboard to spot vulnerable packages in a Repository
  • Shipped a tool to help people scan packages and get a quality report
  • Improved engagement with in-product educational content by 700%

Senior UX Developer at Sonatype (2014-2017)

  • Supported our Nexus Repository Manager team
  • Lead designer for our 3.0 rewrite of Nexus Repository Manager
  • Designed and built a new UI pattern for simpler configuration flows
  • Designed IA and built front-end for a relaunch of Sonatype.com on Hubspot

UX Designer at Puppet (2011-2014)

  • Supported our Puppet Enterprise and Puppet Patch Manager teams
  • Designed and wrote CSS for a greenfield product (Puppet Patch Manager)
  • Designed and built the front-end for server orchestration in Puppet Enterprise
  • Acting product manager for several of my design projects
  • Led research efforts at two of our annual conferences (150+ user tests)
  • Built and maintained a low-fi UI pattern library for a team of 12 designers


I'm an avid learner. My current learning focus is machine learning.

  • ALM in Software Engineering, Harvard Extension School, 2017-2020
  • AWS Certified Solutions Architect - Associate, 2019
  • Data Scientist with Python Track, DataCamp, 2018
  • Data Science Certificate, Harvard Extension School, 2017-2018
  • Puppet Professional Certification, 2014
  • Bachelor's of Computer Science, Baker College, 2006-2009



Keras, neo4j, numpy, pandas, PostgreSQL, R, sklearn, Spark, statsmodels, Tensorflow


Abstract, Axure, Balsamiq, Figma, Illustrator, Photoshop, Sketch, UserInterviews.com, UserZoom


AWS, C, CSS, Django, Docker, Elasticsearch, Git, GitHub Actions, GraphQL, HTML, iOS, JavaScript, PayPal SDK, Postman, Puppet, PyTest, Python, Spark, Swift, Terraform, watchOS, Xamarin


Aha!, Google Apps, Jira, Mural, Trello, Whimsical

Side Projects


I actively write code for several side projects.

This website is a Gatsby site with MDX (Markdown + React) for templating and components. I deploy it to an S3 bucket on AWS using GitHub Actions, with CloudFront as my CDN.

I'm currently building a recommendation engine for software packages. I've been working on it since January 2020 with three teammates from my capstone project at the Harvard Extension School. Package Picker is hosted on AWS ECS using Docker containers, we use GitHub Actions as our CI/CD, Terraform to provision our infrastructure, Django as the web application framework, and Elasticsearch as our recommendation engine.

In 2016, I built Run Budget, a progressive training tool for runners. I'd just bought an Apple Watch and wanted to gain some experience with Switch and watchOS. It went through a few incarnations, ranging from an automatic route generator to a training log that helped you increase mileage safely.


I've spoken on user testing and OSS quality at several events.

  • DevOpsDays, Detroit, MI, 2019
  • Donut.js, Portland, OR, 2019
  • Front End PDX, Portland, OR, 2019
  • Code Academy, Portland, OR, 2019
  • Web Visions, Portland, OR, 2014
  • Open Source Bridge, Portland, OR, 2014
  • Big Design, Addison, TX, 2014


I'm a Teaching Faculty at the Harvard Extension School.


I enjoy copywriting and have done so in a variety of mediums.