Pablo Trinidad holds a Bachelor's of Science in Computer Science from the Erik Jonsson School of Engineering and Computer Science, Master's of Arts in Arts and Technology from the Institute of Interactive Arts and Engineering, and has finished all but the dissertation for his Ph.D. in Interactive Arts and Engineering, all from the The University of Texas at Dallas (UT Dallas). Pablo has collaborated as a research assistant for ten years with the Center for U.S.-Mexico Studies and the Office of International Education. During this time, he has created, designed, implemented, and maintained the Centers' websites. Pablo also collaborated in the design of the center for the Translation Studies's web page, and the web implementation for the Office of Business Affairs's web pages.
While working at UTDallas, he worked on the analysis, implementation, and design of the Office of Immigrants Abroad's website under the leadership of Dr. Juan Hernandez, Minister of Foreign Relations for Mexicans Abroad under Ex-President of Mexico Vicente Fox. He was a key figure on the web re-infrastructure design for the most important research center of mathematics in Mexico, the Mathematical Research Institute. Pablo was the Co-President of the Campus Hispanic Association where he founded the Free-ESL Program at UTDallas.
Pablo worked for DonorDirect as a Software Web Engineer, redesigning completely their company's website using .NET technology and a Content Management System. While working at DonorDirect, Pablo designed Master Templates in ASPDNSF and customized Cascade Style Sheets (CSS) for all DonorDirect's clients for their E-Commerce Multi-Store Websites using Single-Sign-On (SSO).
Pablo has always been interested in business, so he joined Spherion Corporation (SFN Group) part time as a Client Service Manager to manage their staffing for one of their main clients, Valassis Corporation. While working at SFN Group, Pablo was nominated by the Senior Branch Manager and Vice-President for the "Far and Beyond Award" for implementing Lean Staffing and the "3-Step Program" to monitor in detail the absenteeism patterns, Uptime, Labor Hour Per Time (LHPT) Metrics, and human factor issues. Also, Pablo developed and executed performance management programs utilizing Six Sigma continuous improvement principles in order to achieve efficient operations and inexpensive training. Pablo won the Valassis national account and his programs were implemented at a national level. His work was recognized by Krause Roy, Spherion's President & CEO, and was promoted as a full time employee where he managed national strategic accounts such as Coca-Cola, Dr. Pepper, Snapple, Cadbury Schweppes, Blockbuster, Menlo / Conway, Oak Farms, and more (including Valassis), where he mainly focused on talent acquisition, management, and retention of contract employees.
In his academics life, Pablo has taught over 40 classes in college including Web Design, Computer Graphics, 3-D Animation using MAYA modeling, Computer Graphics, Intro to Computers, Photoshop, Spanish, and English as a Second Language.
Currently, Pablo works for Texas Instruments Incorporated for the Education Technology Unit as a web developer where he is in charge of their global web sites, global web analytics, Search Engine Optimization (SEO), and As a web developer, he oversees over two million websites within the education technology domain. He also works for the Office of International Education and the Center for U.S.-Mexico Studies as a Webmaster. Also, Pablo is an Adjunct Faculty for the School of Engineering, Business and Techonlogy at Richland College.
Pablo is the founder and president of Picasso's Web, a Dallas SEO Company in Dallas Texas Tx / Web Design Company in Dallas Texas (TX)that focuses in Web Design in Dallas Tx, Brand and Identity, Logo Design, Web Hosting, Domain Name, mobile web, email setup, Content Management System(CMS), Google web analytic, help with social integration, e-commerce, and Dallas SEO Search Engine Optimization (SEO). Picasso's web has successfuly please their clients with new modern designs and top notch technology to manage their website to make it more practible and friendly.
Pablo is also working a new project in the advertising industry. The Project purpose is to create a content and advertising magazine to promote the hispanic business industry for Quinceaneras. You can check more about the magazine when you click on the link on the nofollowing link Q Magazine
Pablo was the recipient of the UTDallas PROVOST Scholarship Award in 2002 to fully pay for his master's degree, and again in 2004 to fully pay for his doctorate studies. Furthermore, he was nominated for the "Who is Who Among Students in American Universities Colleges" in 2003, 2004, and 2005.
Pablo's current interests are in the efficient development, Current Web Technologies, Search Engine Optimization and Result Page (SEO/SERP), Social Media, iGen, Web 2.0, Web 3.0, Web Trends, branding and identity, and Content Management Systems. Pablo is currently working on his Ph.D. in Interactive Arts and Engineering under the supervision of Dr. Tomas Linehan, Director of the Institute of Interactive Arts and Engineering (IIAE). His Ph.D Comittee is composed by Dean Terry Dr. Paul Fishwick and Dr Rainer Schulte.
Pablo is fluent in Spanish and he also loves cars, motorcycles, photography, traveling, meeting new people, Facebook, and to read about iGen patterns; he is also a marathon runner.