Francesco Busolini

Interaction Designer, Mobile & Web Designer and Developer passion, dedication, hard work, lots of ideas, desire to learn and improve

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Personal Information

Born: 10.01.1988 Trieste (Italy)

Nationality: Italian

Address: Via Sedla 8, San Pietro al Natisone, 33049 (UD) – Italy

Phone: +39 0432727453

Mobile: +39 3458572269



Skype: Busolini Francesco

Education and training

October 2010 - October 2013

Multimedia Communication and Information Technology

Master Degree obtained with first grade (110/110 e lode)

Main subjects: User Experience, Web Design, Web Technologies, Web Information Retrieval, Network Science

Università degli Studi di Udine - Science Faculty -

September 2012 - September 2013

Interaction Design & Technologies

Master Programme at Chalmers University, attended during the Erasmus period in Gothenburg (Sweden)

Main subjects: Mobile Computing Design and Development, Graphical Interfaces, Information Visualization, Interaction Design Methodologies, Prototyping in Interaction Design, Aesthetic of Interaction

Chalmers University of Technology - IT Faculty –

September 2007 - September 2010

Web and Multimedia Technologies

Bachelor Degree obtained with first grade (110/110 e lode)

Main subjects: Web Technologies, Computer Science, Object Oriented Programming, Human Computer Interaction, Databases, Statistic, Math

Università degli Studi di Udine - Science Faculty –

Work experience

November 2013 - Current

Web Designer and Developer

Co-working with a Freelance Designer in Udine (Italy).

Luca Larice -

April 2012 - June 2012

April 2011 - June 2011

Lecturer for WordPress

Teaching to classes of 25-30 high school’s students and teachers how to install, use and develop websites with WordPress.

High School - Istituto Tecnico Commerciale Antonio Zanon
Piazzale Cavedalis 7, 33100 Udine (UD) Italy

March 2011 - May 2011

Developer and Lecturer for Giovani360

Developing the website for the project “Giovani360” and teaching to classes of 15 young volunteers how to install, use and develop websites with WordPress.

Municipality of Campoformido
Pasian di Prato - Pozzuolo

July 2010 - September 2010

Web Developer (Internship)

Developing the website of the SMDC laboratory with WordPress.

SMDC Laboratory - University of Udine -

May 2010 - July 2010,

September 2008 - October 2008,

May 2008 - July 2008

Lecturer for the European Computer Driving Licence (ECDL)

I taught ECDL modules to classes of 10-15 students.

Istituto Regionale Sloveno per l’Istruzione Professionale
Via Alpe Adria 67, 33049 San Pietro al Natisone (UD) Italy

Personal Skills

Mother Tongue: Italian

Other Languages: English (excellent), Slovenian (good command), German (basic)

Communication Skills:

  • - Ability to speak to groups and manage a class of 15-20 people (acquired during the teaching work experiences).
  • - Familiar with multicultural contexts: bilingual elementary school, websites developed for foreign clients, Erasmus exchange of one year in Sweden, close contact with the local cultural Slovenian associations.
  • - Ability to work on several projects at the same time and experience in project management acquired in group projects during university studies and work assignments.

Computer Skills:

  • - Web Developing with HTML5, XML, SQL, CSS, Javascript, JQuery, PHP, Java
  • - Mobile Developing with iOS, Android (basic)
  • - Web and Mobile Designing with Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Illustrator
  • - ECDL, Microsoft Office.


  • - Attending the gym regularly, skiing, trekking and swimming.
  • - Passion for dancing: salsa, bachata, kizomba. I was also part of a show group.
  • - Photography and travelling.

Driving Licence: B (car driving licence)


Persuasion on Websites

(, published in November 2011)

This essay, written for the User Experience course attended at University of Udine, explain how credibility and persuasion can be applied in digital communication on the Web. The publication is available in Italian.

Master Thesis Project

Cicero: A Concept for Gesture Hinting on Mobile Devices


The aim of the master thesis was to explore how gesture hinting can be designed to increase the usability of an application without disturbing those who choose not to use it. It was user tested in comparison with a previously suggested concept, called Alchemy, which it clearly outranked. Cicero allows users to ask help to the OS in every situation where the user doesn't know how to interact with an item on the screen.


References available upon request.