Cliente: IAAD - Istituto di Arte Apllicata e Design, Torino
Vehicle: 'IAAD's Design Brand New World' map and 'IAAD. Design University' institutional brochure
Client: Institute of Applied Art and Design
Vehicle: institutional, but not too much, brochure
Vehicle: presentation folder of the new image bank www.porphirius.it
Client: Burhanuddin Herrmann – Sufi-Way Association
Vehicle: volumes 'The Camel on the Roof' and 'The metropolitan dervish', published by Armenia
Client: GTT Turin
Vehicle: campaign for the introduction of 'control agents'
Cliente:SEAT Pagine Gialle
Vehicle: Catalogue for the contest PagineBianche d’Autore
Come on, let's face it: marketing manuals are often boring. Not all of them, let's say the most. Who knows why, maybe it's because they are chock full of lists, directories, enumerations ...
Vehicle: communication tools for the initiative 'For a Better World: contest of ideas for a sustainable consumption'
Client: Ecol Studio
Vehicle: New web platform www.ecolstudio.com
Client: GTT, Turin
Vehicle: Mobility Card
Tool: new web platform against food waste
When we describe the world we assert that something exists. The nature of this 'something', however, is changeable and is distributed on a scale that goes from things to concepts, from concrete to abstract, and vice versa. On this scale, an important role is played by the so-called 'existential variable', which does not describe a single individual entity, but rather a kind of 'template'
Client: Regione Piemonte
Vehicle: virtual reality application to promote Piedmontese 'excellence'
Client: Intesa Sanpaolo
Vehicle: Interactive game for the 2010 Turin Book Fair
Client: Carlo Molo Foundation
Vehicle: 'La Settimana Enigmatica' booklet
Client: Regione Piemonte and Regione Valle d'Aosta
Tool: mobile app
UBO - A Good Opportunity (iOS / Android; categories Food & Drink / Tools)
Using semantic elements to mark up the structure of web pages we always face the problem of which language to use: Microdata o RDFa, this is the question.
At the bottom there's a hill with some trees, some greenery. Behind and above the hill another mountain. Between hill, greenery and mountain, the characteristic stripes of the tiger take shape: to indicate the idea of 'XU', 'the void', ancients Chinese used to suggest the picture of a territory lived, and controlled, by a tiger.
Client: Fondazione Italiana per la Fotografia
Client: Global Value
Vehicle: Business 'thriller'
They all ascribe to the american cognitive scientist Ross Quillian the credit of having formulated the concept of semantic network in modern terms...
Strumento: new web platform
Vehicle: campaign for the new prices of passes, tickets, carnet