I work daily trying to develop better digital products and services, while having fun experimenting designing innovative solutions. I’m a learning-by-doing enthusiast and passionate about graphic design, coding and prototyping.
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Working on projects spacing from graphic design to the development of digital products (design of UX, UI and prototypes).
Working on project regarding graphic design, branding and concept development.
Course focused mainly on Interaction Design and Data Visualization. Graduated with a thesis on the development of the user experience for a design competition platform working through crowdsourcing.
The data-shack program is a scholarship-based exchange program between Politecnico di Milano and Harvard University consisting in a collaboration between students of data-science, computer engineering and interaction design.
Exchange program focused graphic design and branding.
Multidisciplinary course focused on graphic design, typography and digital products. Collaborative thesis on a social campaign against domestic accidents. Individual part consisting in the development of a platform for educate the audience through gamification process.
Experience took right after my master degree’s graduation. Spent a few months off in order to accomplish the achievement of sailing across the Atlantic Ocean. Probably one of the best lessons on collaborating with other people in stressful situations.
A one-week Summer school on the topic: “FAB City: Designing Products and Services for Urban Resilience through Manufacturing”. The final projects of the program were schowcased in the international exhibition of the XXI Triennale di Milano in September 2016.
A 36 hours hackathon at MIT and sponsored by PUMA, focused on innovating the way people do sports in the cities. Our project was awarded and out team invited to present at the prestigious Design Driven Conference 2016.
Workshop with the task of developing an "EXPOsé": an interactive, iterative, human-centered journal through the Highs and Lows of Milan's 2015 World Exposition.