Paul is a servant leader and individual contributor who brings an organisation’s deepest purpose to life by weaving people and technology together through brilliant design.
    He led product design of risk management in Capital Markets at The World Bank and Freddie Mac, allowing an unprecedented unlocking of liquidity.
    Before risk transfer he designed products in the reconciliation of transactions across accounts for Kroger Pharmacy Division and designed for revenue management in the healthcare industry.
    In addition to software product design, he has IoT product design experience with Humana/Vitality and other innovation efforts and has extensive AWS Solution Architecture experience with Fortune 500 companies.
    Paul is making good progress on his life goal to sample every single Cadbury Chocolate product.

  • Skills & Experience

    Skills map

    Rounded experience

    A novice-to-expert skills map based on the Neilson Norman Group skills map template to indicate Paul's skills and how they might relate to an established team.

    Experience map

    Extensive experience

    Years of experience in each of the areas indicated on the Neilson Norman Group's skills map template.


    Skills chart

    Qualitative solution orientated

    A novice-to-expert skills chart of deliverables that indicates

  • World Bank Group

    Design Leadership

    Over 30 designers working in the US and India 24 hours a day

    Product Design

    Underwriting management & compliance
  • Using a workflow that consisted of user interviews, focus groups, participatory design, and concept testing, Paul was on the six-person team that delivered a design system and supporting code framework for the second release of The World Bank Group’s internal portal. Tools used: Sketch, InVision, and Axure.

  • Freddie Mac

    $Billion government backed bank

    Digital Transformation

    Creating the foundations for 12 SAFe Agile teams

    Product Design

    Risk pooling and transfer
  • Using a workflow that consisted of click tracking, A/B testing, tree testing, user interviews, focus groups, participatory design, concept testing usability testing, and card sorting, Paul was part of a core consultancy group that delivered first phase design system and product design, then guidance during the hand-off for second phase implementation within a SAFe Agile framework. Tools used: Axure, InVision, Mural, Sketch, and Storybook.

  • Revenue & Transaction Management

    Product Development within corporate design standards


    Reconciliation of transactions across accounts and across financial quarters

    Kroger is a Fortune 100 company


    Managing the revenue cycle of Medicare claims from electronic health records

    Kinnser is now Wellsky, a global acute, post-acute, and community care technology provider
  • Innovation in IoT

    Humana • Activity Monitor

    Three generations of pedometers. The first taken to commercialisation, the second to consumer testing, the third in research. Over 50,000 units supported in production.

    Humana is a Fortune 100 healthcare provider

    Smart Tech for Dogs

    Bootstrapped product using Fusion 360, 3D printing, Raspberry Pi, and Python to dispense dog treats triggered by the ring of a doorbell. Product taken to consumer testing. 
  • Did I see you there?

    Recently attended events (virtual events)

    I'm in a 'modern-MBA' program that spans twenty days 9am-6pm. Future London Academy has put together an in-depth Executive Programe for Design Leaders. 
    On my calendar is 'Design Thinking & Innovation Week' from Future London Academy.  It’s an immersive programme for innovators and design thinkers that takes a class to London's most innovative businesses to uncover the latest approaches to design thinking and innovation. It's a week of office...
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  • Connect, but don't go after my nose!

    Feel free to connect with me on my mobile 7309 800098, Instagram @PaulSizemore, LinkedIn in/PaulSizemore, paul.sizemore@gmail.com, the web form, or happenstance in Greenwich Park

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