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Pietro Bongiovanni

UX & Interaction Designer

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Pietro Bongiovanni

UX & Interaction Designer

Good design is like a refrigerator—when it works, no one notices, but when it doesn’t, it sure stinks. Irene Au

Pietro is an interaction designer with a solid base in the architecture field as he obtained his master’s degree in architectural restoration in 2011. Since then he always strived for new experiences that could enhance his design skills by working in different fields such as architecture, graphic and web design, video editing, photography, and so on. He attended an intensive user experience design course that gave him the proper skills to also be effective in areas such as sports, events and finance. Lately he has been working on extensive projects for Intesa Sanpaolo pushing the UX aspects into some of the bank's new platforms.

He has a strong commitment to sustainability in architecture, strengthened by a post graduate course he took on the matter, and through his collaborations with several firms.


Peter had the opportunity to live in Melbourne for a couple of years in 2016 and 2017 and worked there for an interior design studio.

He has a vision about design that he is always keen to share with the people he is surrounded by: design means quality of outputs, focus on user's needs, embracing diversity, make great ideas real.

Good design is like a refrigerator—when it works, no one notices, but when it doesn’t, it sure stinks. Irene Au

What is the world's most underrated invention?

God saves Henrik Aasted Sørensen, inventor of the ad-blocking software. He changed the world wide web and the world, in fact. The way we consume everything will fortunately never be the same.

What's your favourite number?

I’m obsessed by the number 8, its aesthetic perfection and its multitude of meanings. Beyond the religious and massive cultural impact you can find it in everything you see, in everything you’re surrounded by: 8 it’s the atomic number of oxygen, it’s one of the number that composes the Fibonacci sequence strongly related to the golden ratio, it’s the basic number of bits that 1byte is made up of.

Finish the sentence: "I could talk for hours about…"

The importance of music in our lives. Did I already mention 8-bit music?