Discover Lightcurve Team part 6
Here we are at the last article of the series about the Lightcurve Team. We conclude with the area of Creative, which includes: Domenico Loia, Julian Alterini, Valeria Ippolito and Xana Ramos.
Domenico Loia is UI/UX Designer at Lightcurve. He likes to work in different fields, from mobile applications to websites, always bearing in mind the brand identity. Domenico has excellent skills in understanding the various needs of users and therefore in providing them an easy to use product. In order to achieve these goals, he is always looking for inspirations in everything around him, capturing moments with his camera. Recently, he was involved in introducing dark mode into Lisk Mobile.
#MakeThingsMatter! We have a brand new identity and website, a product of collaboration between our Creative team and @DeptAgency. The new identity will position #Lightcurve as the go-to #blockchain development studio in the #Lisk ecosystem. More info: https://t.co/UTDORLxpoB pic.twitter.com/5hI7L4AvAt
— Lightcurve (@lightcurveHQ) March 27, 2019
Julian Alterini is Head of Design at Lightcurve. Before joining the Lisk Team, he worked as a videographer, directing various audiovisual pieces in Argentina, Australia, the U.S. and Europe. Since he was just a teenager, he has had a great passion for technology and good stories. This led him to start playing with cameras and the first video editing softwares. He is specialized in design and motion graphics and mainly deals with adjustment layers, null objects and keyframes. He is also in charge of filming and editing Lisk Vlogs.
Countdown smashed with a veeery special #LiskMonthly 🎄 This is the 65th video rendered of 2018, which adds up to more than 600 graphics. Huge shoutout to my team, and to all the talented crew behind #Lightcurve and #Lisk. Stay happy!https://t.co/1LrAGl3W6J
— Julian Alterini (@shoolian) December 21, 2018
Valeria Ippolito is Video Editor at Lightcurve. She has worked at a number of different agencies in Barcelona, driven by her passion for moving images. However, she has always been interested in art and design. She is very excited to be working in the blockchain industry and thinks that the Lisk SDK will bring great possibilities into the world. Valeria holds a bachelor’s degree in Graphic Design from Istituto Europeo di Design in Barcelona and a master’s in Movie Editing and Motion Graphics.
Xana Ramos is Motion Designer at Lightcurve. Before dealing with the creative area of Lisk, she worked at a design studio in Barcelona. She holds a Bachelor’s degree in Communication Design from the University of Porto and then, driven by her passion, studied Motion Design at ESAD. As regards the widespread adoption of the blockchain, she thinks that a fundamental role will be played by education. In addition she believes that decentralization will give people a real opportunity to have complete control of their data, bringing equity and transparency. Xana uses her talents to turn complicated concepts and technical language into images and designs easy to understand.
Among her creations we can find an isometric Illustration that she did for Lisk cover photo on Twitter: