My process focuses on release cycles and validation. Think, build, launch, measure. repeat.
Every day, I refine and improve my workflow. I’m constantly mixing different methodologies, in order to get the most out of each one. Lean, Agile, Scrum, GTD… They’re not dogma, just a starting point.
I’m always looking to expand my network, get engaged in new challenges, or just have a coffee!
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Currently, my main focus is design and management. I’m not scared of getting my hands dirty, though. Thanks to my previous background as a front-end developer, I can speak a common language with other engineers, or code a website like the one you’re browsing, and spin-up a server with Node.js.
During these last years, I’ve had the chance to immerse myself in many different cultures. It’s amazing to see how each affects behaviors and UX patterns. I love every form of design that is human centered and data inspired.
Being focused on micro-interactions, Pixate doesn’t make it very easy to create a multi-screen prototype. Let’s see how to solve that problem, using some workarounds and special techniques.
Univi is a design-only prototype, released in just four weeks. Daily iterations, A/B testing, and weekly validation were the only way to accomplish that in such a short time frame.
“Never confuse movement with action.” – Ernest Hemingway
“Out of clutter, find simplicity. From discord, find harmony. In the middle of difficulty lies opportunity.” – Albert Einstein