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Il problema del numero civico nelle app di navigazione

Quando progetto app e siti per la navigazione, cerco sempre di fare in modo che le ricerche degli utenti siano sempre veloci, efficienti e corrette. Per esperienza, anche come utente finale, la ricerca dell’indirizzo è un momento molto critico nell’utilizzo… Continue Reading →

The navigation apps street number problem

When I design navigation apps and sites I always think how to keep users researches fast, efficient and correct. In my experience, even as common user, the address research is a real complex phase for two main reasons: 1) Typing… Continue Reading →

“Featured contents” function design for instant messaging apps

Recently I studied IM Bots, but unfortunately every time that I experienced them on a Facebook Messenger I felt unsatisfied. Bots and AI are for sure the personal assistants of the future, but we must wait for their evolution and… Continue Reading →

Chatbots are contents, not conversations

After my first post about Facebook Messenger Bots, I continued my research because I understand the importance of Chatbots and Instant Messaging apps. Following a transcription of the presentation that I published on Slideshare. The assumptions from where I started… Continue Reading →

Facebook Messenger’s Bots are direct, customizable and automated communication channels, not personal assistants

Reading on the web the new Facebook Messenger’s Bots reviews I confirmed my idea: human language is still too complex to understand by any kind of Artificial Intelligence (AI). Read “I Tried Shopping on Facebook Messenger. It Didn’t Go Well” by Lukas… Continue Reading →

The inspiring “Driving Paradox”

I work in Digital Communication and I’ve worked on the functional & user experience design of websites, mobile applications, advergames, digital signage systems and info kiosks. I love cars and motorcycles since when I was a child. I remember very… Continue Reading →

How to design for visual impaired people

This is the post that I wrote after the event “Design beyond design boundaries” for the Milan’s group of the Interaction Design Foundation. Last Saturday September 20th, IDF Milan organized its 4th event “Design beyond visual boundaries” in collaboration with… Continue Reading →

Interaction Design related terms definitions

During the first Interaction Design Foundation Milan Chapter event, the group decided to define the most important interaction design related terms. I started to approach professionally this field of Digital Communication a few months ago, but I care about User… Continue Reading →

ANSA’s site UX critical issues

March 26th the news agency ANSA launched its new web site (read the article in Italian). For promoting a discussion on the IDF Milan group, I analyzed the ANSA’s design and I wrote down a UX critical issues list. But… Continue Reading →

WordReference search box evolution

  During the Interaction Design Foundation course, I answered this question: Please identify an example where a search box has been used in a design and outline the various stages of implementing the search box in this particular instance. I… Continue Reading →

Designing my new Google Reader

Are you one of the last desperate Google Reader users like me? Don’t worry, you can still read your feeds using other readers and then, Google Reader wasn’t that great service that we think. I work in digital communication and… Continue Reading →

Foursquare switch to OpenStreetMap and simplify the access to the open data

On Wednesday February 29th, the bissextile day of 2012, Foursquare announced on his blog the switch from Google Maps to OpenStreetMaps. I hope that this transition will help the open source/data world like never before. This is the first time that an Open… Continue Reading →

The touchable future

Google and Microsoft are restyling the interfaces of a lot of their products and web sites. They are fighting in the office automation market, in the cloud services and in the mobile. Obviously they’ve different approach and different corporate images, but I… Continue Reading →

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