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Strategies for accelerated UI/UX design and development.

Your team + David Giorgi

Started tinkering with graphics on an Apple ][e in the 80s
I used to author CD-Roms in the 90s.
Later as the web matured, Flash used to be the only way to add complex, cross platform interactivity online.
Over 25 years of successful digital design consulting.

Contact

LinkedIn - David R. Giorgi
Direct line : +33 6 17 24 92 29


Project Details

• Over 25 years of experience, 15 collaborators, over 30k man hours delivered
• Clients in 10 countries, over 90 clients served including 20 startups
• 6 leading IT products fully supported and UI/UX integrated
• Over 200 design projects successfully completed
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Project
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UX/UI Project

  • David Giorgi in collaboration with client’s team

CLIENT - Conrad International

The challenge: The old-world opulence of a five-star hotel; the non-stop excitement of a 24-hour casino. In collaboration with Conrad International, I designed 2m high illuminated information panels to assist and guide first time visitors to the establishment.

 

The process: The design process required several iterations to stylise and simplify the floor plans. An isometric view was finally agreed upon with the client to collate the graphical elements into an attractive solution. My architecture studies helped me in this technical graphical process. The final iconography selected was chosen to appeal to a wide international audience.

 

The results: The high quality illuminated panels at the two main entries, helped the general public navigate the vast building and quickly locate gaming rooms, restaurants, bars and facilities.

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Project
II

UX/UI Project

  • David Giorgi in collaboration with client’s team

CLIENT - Oxford University Press

The challenge: Oxford University Press (OUP) is the largest university press in the world, and the second oldest after Cambridge University Press. It is a department of the University of Oxford. To complement a series of high quality printed publications the digital group decided to commission me to develop a series of interactive modules.

 

The process: After the in-house graphic designers provided me with the finished art, several layers of interactivity were added. Hotspots, hidden text and video. We also added magnifying and measurement tools to further examine the highly detailed illustrations.

 

The results: The resulting modules all included intuitive, clutter free interfaces that encouraged the students to interact with the content. The interactive modules that accompanied the printed content were highly enjoyable to use and enhanced the learning experiences of the students.

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III

UX/UI Project

  • David Giorgi in collaboration with client’s team

CLIENT - John Wiley & Sons Ltd

The challenge: Wiley is a global publishing company that specialises in academic publishing and instructional materials. The company produces books, journals, and encyclopedias, in print and electronically, as well as online products and services. I was commissioned to design and project manage the development of 4 CDs to accompany the Science Quest Series of school textbooks as well as a Maths Quest and Interactive Atlas CD for their leading Atlas textbook.

 

The process: With the assistance of the senior editors and designers a style guide was put in place as a foundation for the design and planning of the user interface and user experience strategy. Since the final product was going to be used by school children, the interface and interaction designs had to remain intuitive yet provide deep levels of interaction with the visual and textual based content.

 

The results: The publisher was extremely satisfied with the quality of the final products. The project was designed, produced and delivered on time and on budget. The accompanying CDs helped increase sales, added value to high quality to the Wiley textbooks used in schools and libraries.

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Project
IV

UX/UI Project

  • David Giorgi in collaboration with client’s team

CLIENT - Somfy

The challenge: The unpacking, identification of installation of home security and automation products can be a technical demanding task for the consumer. In collaboration with Somfy and other consultants, we developed and fine tuned a new online guide to replace the previous outdated system.

 

The process: The development of a web and tactile based installation guide was agreed upon and fine tuned to interface with the data connections of the end product that are linked to Somfy servers located in France, Germany and Italy. A generic icon based navigation system was used across all screens.

 

The results: The process enabled a smother installation for the consumer, reducing damaged and misconfigured equipment and reducing the load on the international call centre staff.

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Project
V

UX/UI Project

  • David Giorgi in collaboration with client’s team

CLIENT - The UK Health Forum

The challenge: Modelling is an integral part of the UK Health Forum policy work. It contributes to prevention of the non-communicable diseases agenda by providing an insight into potential health and economic effects of future policy decisions. The UK Health Forum asked me to join them in London as an external consultant to work closely with their team to improve the UI and UX of the Microsimulation software they developed for Public Health England.

 

The process: Breaking down the process of data entry while respecting the critical path in addition to the validation rules for the minimum information required was a complex task. This required the professional input and consultation of the whole team. A standardised style guide and consistent data entry process was fine tuned multiple times during the project. A uniform toolbar was used across the top of the screens.

 

The results: The end users of the software at Public Health England now have a streamlined process to run their simulations. There has been a noticeable reduction in calls and emails to the support staff at The UK Health Forum.

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VI

UX/UI Project

  • David Giorgi in collaboration with client’s team

CLIENT - The United Nations (UNISDR)

The challenge: The United Nations (UNISDR) WCDRR World conference in Sendai provided a complex challenge as the conference involved hundreds of events and workshops held at over a dozen venues representing over 180 countries. Since a flat or categorised list was out of the question, together with the project manager we devised an interactive interface to filter the events based on a multi faceted search engine, to drill down to events of interest based on venue, theme, date and segments (intergovernmental, multi-stakeholder and public forums). A data matix was generated to build out the UI navigation.

 

The process: The main process involved collating and merging hundreds of spreadsheets and then running data cleansing and uniform character encoding algorithms to import the data into a MySQL WordPress database. Some of the data was incorrect, duplicated or contained mixed Japanese/English encoded text. The typography and font families were designed to be consistent across platforms.

 

The results: The end result was a clean, clutter free interface that promoted the searching of events and workshops. The reduced reliance on printed programmes and phone calls for assistance was reduced to a minimum, thereby reducing costs and contributing to a successful high profile UN conference.

www.wcdrr.org in collaboration with www.unisdr.org
www.boats-diffusion.com in collaboration with Ikmata Design France
www.la-clusaz-immobilier.com in collaboration with Cosy Neve Design
www.corporate-games.fr in collaboration with Ikmata Design France
70 years Porsche Events in collaboration with Live Event
B2B eLearning training modules in collaboration with Navistar eLearning | Geography in collaboration with Oxford University Press eLearning | History in collaboration with Oxford University Press