• Speaking at CXNow! Conference in Milan

    June 11, 2018

    We think CX (Customer Experience) is crucial for museums. That’s why we are happy to be selected by the organizers of  CXNow! Conference in Milan to deliver a talk about our Design Thinking project for the Museo Egizio and to chair a round table about operators’ perspective on CX.

  • InvisibleStudio featured on Museums and the Web Website

    May 14, 2018

    Museums and the Web is the most important US conference for digital technologies in museums. They asked us to write an article for their website regarding our chatbot project for the House Museums of Milan.  You can find the article here:

  • InvisibleStudio teaches creative writing for chatbots at Scuola Holden

    March 23, 2018

    Scuola Holden is the most famous creative writing school in Italy, being founded by celebrated writer Alessandro Baricco. We are therefore happy to have been selected for teaching a very innovative course for their “Digital Storytelling” students. Our course is about chatbot-writing and non linear narrative storytelling.

  • Design Thinking for Museo Egizio in Turin a Success!

    December 18, 2017

    It’s been a fantastic year for us, as we had the chance of putting together our greatest passions: museums, Design Thinking and training. We designed and delivered a bespoke training for one of the most important museums in Italy. Want to know more? You can read on our blog  How We Helped the Museo Egizio of Turin to Re-Think its Audio Guide Using Design Thinking.

  • InvisibleStudio to present at MuseumNext Tech in Berlin

    August 1, 2017

    InvisibleStudio co-founders Stefania Boiano and Giuliano Gaia have been invited to present at MuseumNext Tech Berlin in October. It is a great honour for us to be part of such an impressive line-up of world class speakers, including museum tech guru Shelley Bernstein and the digital managers of Tate and Rijksmuseum. Auf wiedersehen in Berlin! :)

  • Our chatbot game featured on Il Sole 24 Ore

    May 4, 2017

    Il Sole 24 Ore, Italy’s most important financial newspaper, published an article on our chatbot game in its technology section. We are proud of the continuing interest in this pioneering project, meaning museums are ready for more innovative edutainment experiments. You can read the article here (in Italian)

  • Selecting papers for EVA London Conference

    April 16, 2017

    EVA London (Electronic Visualization for the Arts) is a conference taking place every year in London and other international venues. We are honoured to be part of the paper selection committee for the 2017 conference; we’ve been reading through some very brilliant ideas from the paper authors and we look forward to seeing their presentations in July!

  • 10 Years of InvisibleStudio!

    March 27, 2017

    On March 29th 2007 we first launched the InvisibleStudio project. 10 years have run away, full of fascinating projects, great collaborators, clients who became friends, trips all over the world. Now our commitment is to make the next 10 years even more fulfilling and enriching than the first ones! A big hug and a great thanks to you all!

  • Stefania Boiano, InvisibleStudio co-founder, is Certified by IDEO

    March 21, 2017

    Design Thinking is a methodology we’ve been applying on all our projects since the beginnings of our studio. Design Thinking for us is more than a passion, is a natural habit, and we love to stay up-to-date with the last developments in the field. That’s why Stefania Boiano, InvisibleStudio Co-Founder and Design and Creative Director, has recently been certified by California-based company IDEO, the leading Design Thinking company in the world.

  • Our First Museum Theatre Workshop in Vercelli – Sold Out!

    March 21, 2017

    We were expecting around 30 people in our Museum Theatre workshop at the beautiful Borgogna Museum in Vercelli. 77 people asked to join, more than doubling our expectations. A great success that we want to replicate next time at the Museo del Duomo of Vercelli.

    Find more info on our Museum Theatre Project.

Load More