Client: Intesa Sanpaolo
Vehicle: Interactive game for the 2010 Turin Book Fair
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'
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.
Client: Regione Piemonte and Regione Valle d'Aosta
Tool: mobile app
UBO - A Good Opportunity (iOS / Android; categories Food & Drink / Tools)
Client: GTT Turin
Vehicle: campaign for the introduction of 'control agents'
Client: Burhanuddin Herrmann – Sufi-Way Association
Vehicle: volumes 'The Camel on the Roof' and 'The metropolitan dervish', published by Armenia
Tool: new web platform against food waste
Vehicle: communication tools for the initiative 'For a Better World: contest of ideas for a sustainable consumption'
Client: Institute of Applied Art and Design
Vehicle: institutional, but not too much, brochure
Client: Carlo Molo Foundation
Vehicle: 'La Settimana Enigmatica' booklet
Strumento: new web platform
Vehicle: presentation folder of the new image bank www.porphirius.it
Client: GTT, Turin
Vehicle: Mobility Card
Client: Fondazione Italiana per la Fotografia
They all ascribe to the american cognitive scientist Ross Quillian the credit of having formulated the concept of semantic network in modern terms...
Client: Global Value
Vehicle: Business 'thriller'
Vehicle: campaign for the new prices of passes, tickets, carnet
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 ...
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: Ecol Studio
Vehicle: New web platform www.ecolstudio.com
Cliente:SEAT Pagine Gialle
Vehicle: Catalogue for the contest PagineBianche d’Autore
Cliente: IAAD - Istituto di Arte Apllicata e Design, Torino
Vehicle: 'IAAD's Design Brand New World' map and 'IAAD. Design University' institutional brochure