- Mr GreenUX Designer, 2013
- Piana Bianco LTD2010 - 2013
I believe in:
- Focusing on 1 project at a time
- Small, well connected teams
- Projects rooms
- Using accessible, low-tech tools
- Keeping deliverables small
- Making all work visible
- Delivering fully functional MVPs
- Banking & Finance
- Biotech & Pharmaceutical
- Broadcast Media
- Cultural Institutions
- Fashion & Luxury Goods
- Food & Consumer Products
- Online Gaming & Casino
- Public Sector
I help organisations plan and deploy successful content strategies; I work with marketing departments, editorial teams, and communication officers to make information easy to access and distribute.
I think communication should be:
And in particular, I have a proven record of planning, and designing:
- Content Management Systems (CMS)
- Data Visualisation/GIS integration
- Information Retrieval logic (Autonomy, Google, Solr)
- Knowledge Managment Systems (KMS)
- Metadata design (taxonomies)
- Recommender systems logic
- Structured/Unstructured data integration
I design digital products that delight and engage users; I design products bridging the gap between business requirements and users needs.
I use design to explore and validate products' value, to support business strategies, to facilitate innovation.
I have worked with different media, and platforms, including:
- Desktop web
- Mobile web (smartphones)
- NUI devices (tablets)
- Public Kiosks
- Smart TVs
- VoD & Live Video feeds
- User centered (UCD)
- Context focused (field research)
- Data driven (data analysis)
- Tested on rapid prototyping
- Modular and Scalable (IxD)
Get in contact to discuss contract offers (I consider permanent jobs as longer contracts).
I'm available for work across all the European Union within short notice - longer notice might be required for opportunities outside the EMEA region.
I'm fluent in:
- Spanish (Castilian)
- Montessori - Torino (Italy)
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