Paul specializes in solving large information problems, shaping and designing collections of digital information to improve user experience. He is constantly looking for the difference that makes a difference, the threshold of acceptance, the patterns that connect people to the information they need.
Paul joined Mad*Pow after a decade working in the design community of Paris -- where he created the first agency in France focused on information architecture -- preceded by a decade leading Dynamic Diagrams in Providence, RI. His pre-Mad*Pow portfolio includes clients in the biomedical field, literary publishers, large cultural institutions, and international corporations in the US and Europe. He now teaches in the Information Design and Visualization MFA program at Northeastern University in Boston.
Since joining Mad*Pow, Paul has worked extensively in the technology and healthcare sectors, improving patient experience and relieving information overload for practitioners and patients.
Whether he’s playing with computers or not, Paul is a writer, a reader of books and a traveler. He writes scientific and design books, journal articles and conference papers, as well as poetry, fiction, and essays on visual art and literature.
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