This is a write-up of the presentation we gave at Visualized Milan on March 11.
The projects we present today are two experiments that lies at the intersection between design, internet studies and anthropology.
The projects are part of a bigger European Research Council funded initiative, called Chemical Youth. The initiative focuses on the use of chemicals in everyday life by young people. Instead of focusing on illegal drug use with the purpose of controlling it, the group of researchers based at the University of Amsterdam, studies the pervasive use of chemicals — ethnographically, from the perspective of youth themselves…
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Matteo Azzi. After receiving his Master degree in Communication Design, Matteo worked at DensityDesign Lab as research assistant. Now he is a researcher and designer at Calibro, where he works on data-driven design projects and carries out researches in the field of data visualisation and information design.
Gabriele Colombo is a designer and PhD candidate at DensityDesign, a research lab of the Design Department of Politecnico di Milano. His research project focuses on the…
A design studio based in Milan focused on tailored data–driven experiences and research.