Anna Carolina Nicoletti
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Anna Carolina Nicoletti

Digital DesignerMilan, Italy
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Anna Carolina Nicoletti
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Anna Carolina Nicoletti

Digital DesignerMilan, Italy
About me
Digital Brand Specialist & Digital designer based in Milan / Currently working @ Ideal Standard D&AD New Blood Winner 2020 Open to collaboration and remote working.
Projects
  • NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC STORICA - RESTYLING
    NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC STORICA - RESTYLINGEditorial restyling of the Italian edition of National Geographic Storica magazine. A reinterpretation of cages and composition of contents in a contemporary sauce.
  • ISSUE ØØ
    ISSUE ØØISSUE ØØ is a satirical editorial project aimed at the readers themselves: women who like to talk about frivolity. One of those magazines to browse idly while watching the stories of your enemy in love.
  • Liquitex Acrylic Sounds
    Liquitex Acrylic SoundsAcrylic Sounds is a web radio born from the collaboration with the Liquitex brand: conceived and designed for young amateur artists who seek inspiration in music.
Work history
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    Communication & Brand experience specialistIdeal Standard International
    Milan, ItalyFull Time
Education
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    Communication DesignNABA Milano
     - Milan, Italy
    Master's degree in Communication Design
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    BachelorUniversità degli Studi di Milano
     - Milan, Italy
    Bachelor's degree in Humanistic Sciences for Communications
Awards
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    D&AD New Blood Awards 2020D&AD
    “The Water Path” https://annacarolinanicoletti.com/THE-WATER-PATH Winner for the D&AD NewBlood Awards - HSBC Brief Everyday, in Italian airports, 150 kilograms of plastic and 3000 litres of water go to waste. So our proposal for HSBC is “The Water Path”. With “The Water Path” we want to make people aware and make them realise how considerable this problem is. It is a water recycling system that walks together with passengers through the whole airport journey, from the security check to the gate. First it collects passengers’ water. Then it shows how it could be reused to donate life to plants thanks to an animated billboard and, in the end, another billboard that is constantly updated, shows how many litres are being saved that day.