Filippo Cuttica

CIID alumnus Filippo Cuttica is a designer and artist based in London, UK. He is currently a UX Lead at the BBC, helping the company through processes of digital transformations with a Human Centred Design approach.

His work focuses on multi-platform strategic innovation, as well as transforming working practices. Some of his recent projects include the creation of signature cross-product playback experiences, and helping BBC iPlayer moving from a catch-up service to an entertainment destination in its own right, by rethinking its engagement with users both through personalisation and bespoke editorial strategies.

With a background in both Interaction Design and Human Sciences, Filippo is also a co-founding member of artist group IOCOSE, whose research work focuses around the relationship between Human and Technology. Their work has been exhibited in places such as Tate Modern, Science Gallery, Jeu De Paume, and Venice Art Biennal.