Paul is a Principal at Method who is working to help define the future of experience design. He has been a designer for 20 years, with work ranging from visual, interaction and service design, to programming, to industrial design and architecture, to strategy and brand development. He works to develop lasting partnerships with clients and to establish a strong strategic spine to all projects. Paul has been involved with Method for over 12 years.
Prior to joining Method Paul worked on a diverse group of projects. He co-founded 8020 Publishing, a venture-funded media company that produced the reader-created magazines JPG and Everywhere, designed and launched Current TV’s groundbreaking user generated TV network, launched the innovation group within Macy’s and Bloomingdales, and spent several years as the managing director of the San Francisco studio of Deepend, the award winning UK based digital agency.
Paul has previously spoken at SXSW, Media Bistro Circus, Chronicle Books, the Folio Magazine Conference, and the TechCrunch TC50 Conference.
Outside of work, he enjoys vintage cars, making cocktails, cooking and travel. He owns a restored vintage RV and returned recently from a yearlong road trip around the US.
Internet of Things Panel Discussion
How should experience design firms approach IoT through their work, and how can they participate in shaping the IoT in the future?