This is mainly information about my past experiences mixed with a collection of poster designs I made.

Rather than a traditional CV, I have chosen to present my expertise and creativity through a more visual and narrative format.

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I'm a computer science student at the University of Padua. In the past five years I gathered experience as a web developer and designer through various projects.

I did everything going from a handful of different websites, to logo designs and some sick posters.

My most successful endeavor so far has been my swimming club's website which regularly gets anywhere between 700 to 500 monthly visits.

And of course there's the website you're staring at right now. This one was particularly fun to make.

Your website?-2024
Valley Studio-2024
Trellis Art Fund-2023
Swim club Agordo-2019


I'm proficient with a range of different applications and tools.


I used extensively Photoshop, Illustrator and Lightroom. I use Figma on a daily basis and I would say I have an advanced level of skill with it.


When developing websites I use primarily Next.js paired with TailwindCSS for styling and the Vercel platform for deployment.

In the past I've used website builders like Wix, but I focused on Webflow since it gave me a deeper level of customization and control over the final product.

Figma's logoNext.js' logoPhotoshop's logoVercel's logoIllustrator's logoTailwindCSS' logoLightroom's logoWebflow's logo


In 2020 I started the #postereveryday challenge. Here are some of the best ones.

  • StackOverflow - #postereveryday - Day 50
  • Tutorial follower - #postereveryday - Day 49
  • A grid - #postereveryday - Day 47
  • Patterns - #postereveryday - Day 25
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  • Sus - #postereveryday - Day 46
  • Black Panthers - #postereveryday - Day 21
  • Master Procrastinator - #postereveryday - Day 45
  • Air Erwitt - #postereveryday - Day 30
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Let's work together

If you're interested in my work and think we'd be a good match, don't hesitate to reach out. Who knows, we could build something amazing together.