Duane Degler is a partner in Design for Context, a Washington DC/Baltimore-based usable design consultancy. He specializes in the design of sophisticated interactive applications and search experiences, with an eye to making rich data resources usable. He has led web and software projects for commercial and government clients in the US and Europe, including projects in cultural heritage for the American Art Collaborative, the National Gallery of Art, the Philadelphia Museum of Art, the Georgia O'Keeffe Museum, the Phillips Collection, and the National Archives. Duane has presented on web/mobile design, user experience, content management, and semantic web interaction design. Since 2003 has focused on the unique challenges and opportunities that arise when designing specifically for semantically-enabled applications.