Paul believes good designers must be perceptive editors.
He designs products and services that help people accomplish their goals with confidence and satisfaction. As a senior designer at MAYA, and as a lead instructor for LUMA Institute, Paul works with clients in diverse domains—healthcare, energy, finance, defense, consumer products, communications, and non-profit organizations—to make complex information and interactions clear by first understanding human motivations, capabilities, needs, and contexts of use. He has taught such human-centered design methods as ethnographic research, information architecture, prototyping, and usability testing to corporate clients and in public schools. Paul also facilitates strategic-innovation sessions and speaks at conferences and workshops about the intersection of design and human experience. He was a contributor to Exposing the Magic of Design: A Practitioner’s Guide to the Methods and Theory of Synthesis , published by Oxford University Press.