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Paul Ingram
Experience Design Director

For the last nine years, Paul has been doing, teaching, writing, and leading others in interactive design. His passion for a wide variety of art-forms comes from a background in print and interactive design, illustration, animation, music, architectural design, and fine art.

Paul founded his nine-year-old interactive design firm, Ingram Labs, in 1995. From 2001 to 2003, he put his business in cold storage and joined the Methodologie team as their Interaction Designer. In all, Paul has worked on a number of successful projects reaching back to Toshiba and Atom Films, to more recently Etrade, AT&T; Wireless, Microsoft, and Experience Music Project. He also co-authored a chapter in the book Design Studio Secrets and taught a Macromedia Flash design course at Seattle Central Community College. Paul is currently serving as the AIGA Seattle Experience Design Chair.

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