I design Pixel-perfection UI for great projects.
I'm a front-end web designer & developer based in Milan, Italy.
I strive to create the best design and to deliver high-quality websites only: that's why i prefer to work with great projects from all around the globe. I'm passionate about web standards and love to code using semantically correct HTML5 & CSS3.
I love working with CSS Frameworks like Foundation and Bootstrap, but they are dangerous. If no customization is made, you are just making a website like thousands others. I want to to build products using my design, not Twitter's.
I’m an experienced and passionate user interface designer with interaction design background.
My goal is to make the world wide web a better place by designing beautiful user experiences, one site at a time.
Young, but experienced.
I love working in great companies.
Human resources are the key for every successful project.
That's why every company needs a great staff as well as a great leader.
I'm good doing team-tasks as well as coordinating the crew.
While leading, I strive to get the best from the team not by making pressure, but by encouraging them to fight for a communal end.
July 2013 - August 2013 (3 months)
June 2013 - August 2013 (3 months)
About my life
I love to travel. There are cities in the World that inspire and leave you something new: to create innovate products in your region is necessary to find out how other projects are done in the rest of the world.
Place-agnostic, i'm already looking to travel the world in my life.
(Soon here there will be some of my shoots)
Great & Big quotes
“Intuitive design is how we give the user new superpowers.”
If you stop learning, you’ll start to feel miserable after a year or so because your once cutting-edge skills will now be the status quo. Worse, you’ll fall behind.
Before software can be reusable it first has to be usable.
If you are truly innovating, you don't have a prototype you can refer to.
"Any fool can write code that a computer can understand. Good programmers write code that humans can understand."