Alphabetica is the moniker of the independent design leader and UX/UI designer Chris DeFrancesco.
busy, busy, busy.
Currently, Chris is working on the user experience and visual design for a big, fancy new website at MIT. He's also wrapping up the UX for the American Academy of Arts and Sciences new website. He's also continuing to travel to the midwest from time to time to lead a design team building a web-based app to help people save money.
Chris has been working in the UX and UI field for the last 20 years. In 2008 he left the comforts of a full time position to work with his own clients and other agencies around the U.S. Working with this diverse set of clients and design partners, Chris has been designing research-based flows and interfaces, crafting rapid prototypes, building complex and meaningful design systems, and everything in between.
Chris is often commissioned directly as part of local and international design teams as a UX/UI designer or design team leader to create digital products and websites in agile and waterfall environments. At other times he's engaged as a design consultant, offering creative direction and UX/UI design directly to clients.
Chris is always searching for the next great project. He loves working with internal teams, design partners, or solo.