Simon Paul

User Interface Designer

Simon Paul is a user interface designer and photography hobbyist. He has a background in industrial design and has had a passion for drawing since he was three years old. Simon is actively engaged in the design community and frequents local IDSA and IxDA events. He’s obsessed with always improving the user experience through research and user feedback. When he’s not designing websites, Simon is wrenching on cars or taking photos at a local autocross event.

Articles by Simon Paul:

September 17, 2013

Building the New 2Checkout Website

As companies and technology evolve, so do the demands of their corresponding websites. Industry trends such as responsive design enhanced interaction and engaging content strategies help drive website evolution. At the same time company...

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August 15, 2013

Content Delivery – Part 2: Typography and Visual Hierarchy

The foundation of delivering content in a meaningful way is the arrangement of words and sentences. How those words are presented has a direct impact on the readability, meaning, and organization of the content on your website. The arrangement...

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July 16, 2012

Content Delivery – Part 1: The Value of White Space

The internet and its content are in constant evolution. Websites from the early 1990’s look completely different from what we see today. Technology has been a large part of that change. We now have new and better ways to control how websites...

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