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Alessandro Tartaglia — Designer @ FF3300 / CAST / SOS
Designer / FF3300 / CAST / SOS
Born in Foggia in 1983, Alessandro graduated in Industrial Design (Poliba) and specialized in Editorial and Graphic Systems Charts (ISIA Urbino). In addition, he is the co-founder of FF3300, CAST and La Scuola Opensource. His work is focused on the process as a whole. Over time he has deepened the study of typography, linguistics, network theory and memetics. He works with human beings and with the communities they create.
You’ll what design of communication is and how it works, putting this knowledge into practice with a project team during the course.
The course deals with design themes related to artifacts and communication processes, such as communication strategies, editorial publications (web or printed), identity projects, typography, web sites.
Every meeting foresee elements of theory and practice on concrete design examples and case studies, alternating. The exercises are inspired by real themes and situations.
The conduct involves the study of different topics, by modulating an exhaustive training program on the subject in relation to the class interests, focusing on the practical implementation of solutions that address the (real) problems emerged during exercises/lab sessions.
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