Carlo
Frinolli

DESIGN

  • VISIONARY
  • ORCHESTRATOR
  • HACKER
  • joker
  • thinker
  • tinkerer
  • facilitator
  • wizard

Empowering organizations and individuals 
to make stellar design decisions, 
and create unparalleled digital products, since 2002.

Carlo Frinolli, Design Visionary and my mantra: Don't panic and carry a towel

About Me

DESIGNING TO CRAFT

A MORE SUSTAINABLE WORLD

I am a visionary, now Head of Design @Dynamo, part of Caffeina, and the creative mind behind NOIS3, and WUDRome.

With over two decades in strategic design, I’ve been weaving innovation, functionality, and aesthetics to craft user-centric digital products.

Carlo Frinolli, Design Visionary since 2002

The Journey of a

DESIGN VISIONARY

CRAFTING DESIGN EXCELLENCE & DIGITAL MASTERY

My journey is fueled by a passion for empowering organizations and individuals to elevate their design thinking and create unparalleled digital experiences.

As a seasoned speaker and mentor, I share my design wisdom and insights, fostering growth and sparking conversations in the design community.

Unraveling Complexity to Forge Simple

IMPACTFUL SOLUTIONS

PICK YOUR POISON

Mesmerizing people with insights and epiphanies, since 2007

Hypnotic Speeches

Focusing on systemic value rather than on pixels. Seems obvious right?

Systemic Design Alchemies

Facilitation as in reducing bottlenecks, unnecessary efforts, and improve collaboration, since 2011

Facilitation Witchcraft

Deliver, rather than build... most of the times!

Sprint Prototyping

Key results for awesome clients

Sharelock: AI powered Cybersecurity, before it was cool

Cybersecurity Behavioral analysis, powered by AI

RAPID PROTOTYPING, USABILITY TESTING, SHADOWING

AI platform powered by scalable design system, improved iteratively, teaming up

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Travel and geolocalized podcast platform to guide, and discover your surroundings
CO-DESIGN, PRODUCT DESIGN, SERVICE DESIGN, DESIGN SYSTEM

Redesigning the mobile app from the ground up, with iterative co-design approach

It worked like magic with...