After many years I have finally decided to create a new website.

The first version came out around 2013 followed by a restyling in 2015 through a simple wordpress theme.

I was pretty satisfied, so the website remained unchanged for a long time. Later I started to analize the statistics concerning the behavior of the users on my web pages and I realized that the mobile traffic was almost null. At first I thought that my audience probably browsers designers' sites by desktop computers and not by phone.

I never surf on marioalessiani.com, except to update it. So when a year ago I was with an interior designer who was consulting it right on his smatphone I realized that the user experience sucked.
In that moment I decided it was time to put it away, but I wanted a new design with no usage of themes, following my rules.

First I stopped being behind the scenes. The studio bears my name and from now on I would like to make it clear to those who surf that they are browsing on the website of a designer and not of a design agency, bigger and more plural than my reality.
The design for navigation is obviously cut to the bone (who knows me knows why), with a classic projects section (in which I deleted what no longer represents me), a sincere manifesto (which I will further integrate later in the future), a blog where I tell a little about what I do (like today), a press section (on the advice of a friend of mine) and a contact form.

If you are reading via desktop I suggest you to try mobile. Let me know what you think by sending me an email, we accept advice and compliments.
Next week I will upload one of my last summer projects, a research on the relationship between craftsmanship and tech.