Filippo Cuttica



After graduating at CIID in 2010, Filippo has been working as a UX designer in all its possible forms – freelancing, working for startups, consultancies and in-house. He is currently at BBC, where he spends a lot of time thinking about the future of radio and music and interactive audio-visual experiences

At the centre of his practice are design thinking, design research and prototyping: he believes in an iterative, hands-on approach to transforming user insights into design concepts . He uses storytelling to engage both with users and stakeholders, to inspire, create alignment, remove the noise.

When not busy with designing digital experiences, Filippo likes to hijack the collective imagination and think of alternative presents and possible futures with his art group IOCOSE, with which he has been collaborating since 2006 and exhibited in many galleries, museums, and festivals such as Venice Biennale, Tate Modern, Science Gallery and Transmediale.

His efforts earned him a few awards, among which are worth mentioning Samsung Young Design Award, Rolex Award for Enterprise, and Targa Giovani Compasso d’Oro.