1. Hackaton participant. Beside the daily work, in the last year I have been in a dozen of hackatons, within the company and outside. Most memorable include RailsRumble, a couple of H-HACK, Hacked.io, NASA Space Apps. They are all different but I always have been close to real coders.
2. Responsive design. I enjoy working with flexibility and to deliver as soon as possible before my enthusiasm turns into frustration. This is why I am fun of few css and js frameworks. Now I am getting started with: Foundation + Compass + Sass for static websites and in Wordpress.
3. Curious about curious people I fancy how people behave and I have seen different lifestyles (if this is a proper way to define it). I try to travel, feed my cultural interests and to socialize as most as possible, especially to get something done together.
4. I do what’s called UX A.k.a. User Experience Design, which means to put people first. Clients may have very specific thoughts how to develop ideas. After consideration with collaborators, I help redefine user needs from brainstorming, to concept and fast prototyping.
5. I love to learn Last year it happened to leave a well paid permanent position in order to research and study in Canada and US. Right before, I passed 3.091x at MITx because of my interest in natural interfaces and science materials.
6. Digital is a partial Some people ask me if I prefer to design for digital or for physical products. As users we have them blended and I see myself designing for both. Beside my main occupation, I do 3D in a fablab and contributing in superclock.js, opensource library for Arduino Yun.
7. I tried once to do everything My approach is eclectic which teorically is a good thing, I never get bored. But for better results, I usually work in team (only good people). Here the thing: pigmento