Paul Del Signore

UX Solution Designer

Traversing the Intersections of Design & Technology

My name is Paul Del Signore, and I currently work as a UX Solution Designer at Pearson Education, where I manage and implement content management tools for high quality learning experiences. I work closely with Pearson businesses globally on providing strategies for asset management, workflows, and content distribution. 

On the side, I like to design and create websites and applications for small businesses. This gives me the hands-on opportunity to code (html, css and Javascript), as well as work with the latest tools and frameworks. You can view some of my Live website and app designs here.


My Career Bio

My career path started with a BFA degree at The School of Visual Arts where I studied Graphic design and the foundations of color and visual design theory. Right out of School, I started working as a composition artist for a premier design firm 'Frankfurt, Gips and Balkind' located in NYC. In that role, I specialized in photo editing as well as page layout.

In the mid 90's I worked as a graphic designer for Information Builders, a software and network solutions company in NYC, and during that time, I also went back to school to study video editing and photography at the NY School of Technology.

In the late 90's, I started working as a composition artist for the educational publisher Prentice Hall, and soon after, became a technology manager for the Publishing Processes department. It was there that I developed content solutions for simultaneous delivery to both print and digital. In that role, I won Pearson's innovation award and was selected to participate in Pearson's President association.

In 2010, I worked in Content Management Services for Pearson Education, where I implemented CM tools across North America School and Higher Education. This provided a single-source repository of content and assets for more efficient product creation.  In 2014, my role changed to a UX solution designer for global Pearson businesses.

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