Luca Fadigati

Luca Fadigati - Freelancer

UI Designer, interaction Designer, Web Designer

  • Location Montorfano, Italy
  • Local time Unknown
  • Experience Not specified

My name is Luca Fadigati and I’m a freelance interactive designer based in Italy, Effective Studio is my own firm.

Since 2002 I have worked as freelance web designer for many web agencies in Italy and I have personally supported firms durign the creation of their websites. A close collaboration is really important to better understand my client’s desires and get great success.

In January 2004 I started to cooperate with Milestone srl, an Italian software house actives in the videogame world and focused on the racing game genre. I am a Lead UI Artist and I achieve graphics and animations for menus and ingame interfaces (User Interface and HUD).

Since December 2007 I have been Creative Director in the i-muse project, a new interactive videoguide planned for museums, art fairs, natural parks and tourist offices. This guide is currently in use at the Silk Museum in Como.

Effective Studio realizes web and videogames user interfaces. Thanks to the achieved experiences during these years I can create several user interfaces suitable for different media (TV, web, videogames, interactive cd, etc.).

Luca Fadigati's Skills

  • interaction design
  • web design
  • interface design
  • mobile apps
  • videogame
  • console games
  • xbox360
  • ps3
  • UI/UX Designer
  • wordpress
  • html5
  • CSS3
  • PS4
  • XBOX One

Luca Fadigati's Portfolio

Hire Luca Fadigati - Portfolio - Wedding Web site
Wedding Web site
Hire Luca Fadigati - Portfolio - Crossword Ipad Application
Crossword Ipad Application
Hire Luca Fadigati - Portfolio - I-muse Interactive Museum APP
I-muse Interactive Museum APP
Hire Luca Fadigati - Portfolio - MotoGp 08 Videogame
MotoGp 08 Videogame

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