Paul Mirocha UX Design
Web design. UX/UI design. Design research and UX strategy.
Paul Mirocha Design
Illustrated 20+ children’s picture books, science textbooks, museum exhibits, and other science communications; book design, typography, posters, brochures.
User interface for STEM educational game.
Senior Graphic Artist
University of Arizona, Office of Arid Lands Studies
Science illustration, cartography, graphic design, exhibit design.
Master of Science degree in User Experience Design
Kent State University/School of Information
UX design, usability, user research, information architecture, interaction design, content strategy
Web and Interaction Design
Pima Community College
Web Design, Interaction Design, WordPress.
BA, Fine Arts/Biology
University of Minnesota
Drawing, photography, sculpture, with a minor in biology.
User research/UX strategy
Visual design/graphic design
Wordpress, HTML, CSS
Balsamiq, Omnigraffle, Draw.io
Jungian personality type
INFP“THE DESIGNER,” 4% of the population, Natural Artists
Introspective / iNtuitive / Feeling / Perceptive
INFPs work silently yet effectively, with exceptional competence and intellect. They are natural achievers in their chosen fields. INFPs love to learn and are constantly educating themselves. They easily empathize with the people around them.
Artist in ResidenceThe Historic Desert Lab on Tumamoc Hill, 2011-
Creating an arts/science initiative by organizing a community of artists and writers engaged with the century of environmental science done on the hill.
• Organized art exhibitions
• Published group articles and book
• Taught drawing workshop for field notebooks
• 2012, Science Picture Books: A love Affair with the world, Tucson Festival of Books
• 2013, Tumamoc: Place-based creative work, POG writers group
• 2015, Spalding Plot 10: An artist’s journal at an Icon of Ecology, Arts & Humanities Initiative lunch
• 2017, Why Scientists Should learn to Draw, University of Arizona Entomology class
Icon by LAFS from the Noun Project, creative commons