Work & Projects

Filippo Corti

UX Designer

me@filippocorti.net

London, UK

Work experience

2018-01 — Current

Flux

Product Designer

We're adding atomised information for each transaction to your existing banking app — not just how much you spent and where, but also what you bought. I joined at an early stage, helping from start to define the consumer facing product and the merchant dashboard, a kind of Google Analytics for offline retailers.

2015-05 — 2017-12

Klood

UX and UI Designer

Worked on Radar, a webapp for market research. I was in charge of the design process — from research (of what to build) to the final look & feel of the app. I designed in Sketch, following Atomic Design principles, and I helped creating and mantaining a component-based style guide. I've also designed and coded the company website (WordPress) & the app website (Jekyll).

12-2014 — 06-2014

CNR (IIT Pisa)

Web Developer

Internship with il “Gruppo Digitale l’Espresso” — one of the main publishers in Italy. I worked as a front-end developer on a digital storytelling project. The visual essay used interactive data visualisations (built in D3.js) to guide readers through the story and make data more accessible.

2012

Play Media Company

Tech Writer

Written software reviews — focused on usability —, tutorials and opinion articles for two tech magazines published by this editor

Skills

Web Development HTML5 Web Design JavaScript CSS3 WordPress jQuery Jekyll UX Sketch Framer.js Blogging Content Managment

Languages

English: IELTS Level 8 Chinese (Mandarin): Basic, learning Italian: Native Language

Education

2014 — 2016

King's College London

Master in Digital Humanities

Digital Marketing, GIS: Introduction to the Spatial Humanities, Materials Culture of the Book, Internet Systems, Metadata and Systems for digital assets and media,

2010 — 2014

University of Pisa

Bachelor in Digital Humanities

Web Dev, Databases, Fundamentals of Programming, Linguistics, Computational Linguistics, Cultural Geography, Human Computer Interaction,