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Stefania Boiano 

Stefania, co-founder, Creative Director, and User Experience Expert at InvisibleStudio, is based in London.


With a robust profile as a Human-Centred Experience Designer, she engages in a diverse range of projects, from transforming cultural organisations using Design Thinking to creating experimental digital projects for museums. Stefania is also known for ideating and facilitating highly interactive workshops on experience design.

Before founding InvisibleStudio, Stefania worked as Senior Visual Designer & Quality Assurance Leader for the scientific journal Nature, winning the Webby Award.

Before moving to London, in the early 2000s, she held key roles such as Web Design Manager for the Science Centre Città della Scienza (Naples), the National Science Museum Leonardo da Vinci (Milan), and an education officer at Fundaciò Mirò (Barcelona) in Spain.

Driven by her passion for sharing knowledge, Stefania regularly lectures in universities and contributes to academic papers. She works as a tenured lecturer in Visual Design & Digital Creativity for the Arts in MA and PhD courses at IULM University in Milan, Italy.

Beyond her professional pursuits, Stefania as a nature and travel lover, is a painter and photographer.
You can find more info on her website.

Giuliano Gaia


Giuliano, co-founder and Director, is a pioneer in the field of digital communications for museums in Italy.

Bringing to InvisibleStudio a passion for creating links and bridges between art and science, non-profits and marketing, and commercial companies and culture, Giuliano's approach is reflected in the studio's work. InvisibleStudio introduces technological innovation to museums, creates new cultural experiences, and experiments with new formats for university and corporate training, serving clients worldwide, including Bayer, ING Direct, Malta Tourism Authority, McAfee, Sony, MIT, among others.

Before founding InvisibleStudio, Giuliano built the first website for WWF Italy, founded the New Media Department at the Science Museum of Milan, and created Virtual Leonardo—an online 3D interactive world that anticipated Second Life, garnering mention in the New York Times.

An esteemed lecturer at postgraduate masters and professional conferences, Giuliano is also a tenured lecturer in Digital Communication for the Arts at IULM University in Milan, Italy.

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