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I’m an italian project manager, teacher, Adobe certified expert, pro-blogger and web designer freelance. I currently teach graphic design and web design in various international art schools (worldwide), including master's and specialization courses. Right now i am also one of the official designers of the Italian Ministry of Public Education. In the past, I have managed editorial web content for MSN and designed patterns for Guess handbags which have subsequently been distributed throughout the world. I was the italian territory manager of Pixmac too. I manage several website and the most famous is blogof.francescomugnai.com which garners nearly 7 million yearly unique visitors. My work has been referenced in books (e.g. The Web Designer's Idea Book: v.2), magazines (e.g. Computer Arts, Advanced Photoshop, Web Designer Magazine, Campus, Millionaire, national newspapers and so on...) and important industry-related websites.
Title: My blog
More than 10k users/day
472 posts
62,981 images
7,864 comments
Title: My infograhpic resume

Title: My old graphic design portfolio on flickr
Francesco Mugnai

\\ The Boss, Designer and Coder

The owner of this website. 30 years old, wen designer, teacher, ACE Adobe certified, italian, florentine, sagittarius, funny. I rock ;)
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Twitter
- Facebook fan page
- Linkedin

Alexander Wells

\\ The "hands", Illustrator


Alexander is a freelance illustrator living in Brighton. His clients have included: Glenfiddich Whiskey, Wired Magazine, The Guardian, Mojo Magazine and The Financial Times.
- Portfolio
- Blog

Alessandro Ferrini

\\ The "arm", Programmer


Alessandro is one of the greatest programmers i've ever met in my life. He's able to do amazing things. For this website he wrote an amazing jQuery plugin and...guess what? This FANTASTIC plugin is available in his site!
- FerroSlider jQuery plugin

Lorenzo "Logu" Guasti

\\ The "eye", Photographer


Lorenzo is a great photographer and a graphic designer. He really love to learn new things and increase his knowledge and he helped me to take some photos for the Alexander sketches
- Website
- Flickr