Paul Woodley

Designer at Cyber-Duck Ltd

Paul combines his experience in graphic, digital and user experience design to create usable (yet beautiful!) designs for print and digital spaces.

Paul Woodley

Creative Expertise

Paul’s passion for art and design has been a natural fascination since his early days of education. He takes great pleasure in discovering the latest trends and styles of visual medium. Drawing on that passion and knowledge, Paul injects his projects at Cyber-Duck with a look that is entrenched in user-centred ideals and is aesthetically on the money.

He first joined Cyber-Duck after completing the General Assembly User Experience Design Immersive course in London. Previously, he worked for ten years as a graphic/digital designer. His experience covers a vast array of projects: from print layout, exhibition design and medical publication typesetting, to email design, front-end web design/development and social media marketing.

After becoming frustrated with creating designs without referencing tangible user data, Paul shifted his passion towards user-centred design and research. He loves creating for the user and receiving design feedback directly from them – working hard to iterate  and produce the best experiences possible. 

Paul believes in the power of user-centred design to help people, and loves getting involved throughout the UX process.

Interests

Outside of the Cyber-Duck ecosystem, Paul has a passion for music that’s hard to avoid. He plays a variety of instruments while writing and producing his own tunes. If you ask him what his favourite music is, it’ll take him an entire evening to cover everything…

  • Hometown - Essex
  • Operating System - Mac
  • Favourite drink - Aspalls cider
  • Favourite food - Turkish
  • Favourite TV Show - Deadwood
Paul plays an array of instruments. He loves writing and producing his own music!

i Paul plays an array of instruments. He loves writing and producing his own music!

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