McQuillen Interactive is an interactive design company founded by Daniel McQuillen (more about me here ). When I create applications, I have a strong focus on user experience and practical, simple solutions to user needs.

Most of my time is spent designing and building desktop and web applications. I’ve built a fair number of applications used by people interested in energy-efficient buildings, such as the Windows and Daylighting Group at Lawrence Berkeley National Labs.

I also support groups who want to offer e-learning websites, often using Open edX. At the moment I build and manage a highly-customized version of Open edX for iBiology Courses.

I am especially interested in helping organizations use technology to become more sustainable and help the world meet the challenges of climate change

In an effort to develop more skills, I’m actively studying Geographic Information Systems in a graduate certificate program at University of Tasmania, with the intention of learning more about GIS use in sustainability, especially Agroecology.

I’m based in Hobart, Australia.

Me!

Daniel McQuillen
Hobart, Tasmania
daniel@mcquilleninteractive.com