Simone consults for research and interaction design projects across Europe and Asia and he’s founding member of automato.farm, an experimental research, and design studio based in Shanghai. He is Visiting Lecturer at Copenhagen Institute of Interaction Design (CIID), where he teaches how connectivity and artificial intelligence will influence how we design interactions with products. He was formerly a senior interaction designer at frog and was a designer in residence at Haque design+research. In 2011 he built a platform of self-sharing toasters called “Addicted Products” and tried to install it in the British Prime Minister’s home, with no luck. His work has been published in Wired, Fast Company, The Atlantic, and Designboom and has received accolades from the Core77 Design Awards, IxDA Interaction Awards, and Internet of Things Awards.
Founding Member, Automato.farm; Visiting Lecturer, CIID
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