Giorgia Lupi is an information designer. She is co-founder and design director at Accurat, a data-driven research, design and innovation firm based in Milan and New York. (www.accurat.it)
During Accurat's 4 years of activity she directed information design and data-driven innovation projects for clients such as United Nations Development Programme, World Food Programme, Fineco, Unicredit Group, ING Direct Italy, McGraw-Hill Education, Adecco, Fiat Chrysler Automobiles, The New York Times, European Union / FP7 Program, The Audubon Society, Poste Italiane, Wired / Condè Nast, Hearst Communications, Popular Science, The Atlantic, Corriere della Sera, Telecom Italia, RCS/Rizzoli Mediagroup, Rai Television, Pernod-Ricard, McCann Worldgroup, IMS Health, Vodafone Italia, Cerved Group, The European House - Ambrosetti, Università degli Studi - Milano Bicocca, Mondadori, among others.
Her work has been published and featured on the New York Times, Wired, Fast Company, Popular Science, Popular Mechanics, Time Magazine, The Washington Post, Forbes, Slate, Flash Art, Art Tribune, Vogue, Vanity Fair, Hyperallergic, It's Nice that, Printmag, CoolHunting, The Creative Review, CNN Money, The Atlantic, Business Insider, Vice Magazine, Corriere della Sera, Il Post, La Stampa, Ottagono, among all; and featured in recent books such as “Understanding the World – The Atlas of Infographics”,“ The Best American Infographics 2014”, “The information designers sketchbooks”, “An Infographic History of the world”, among all.
She spoke at PopTech in Camden, the Eyeo Festival in Minneapolis, the Fast Company Innovation by Design awards Festival in NY, Visualized Conference in NY, the New York City Center for Innovation through Data intelligence, the Tapestry Conference in Annapolis, Resonate Festival in Belgrade, The international Journalism Festival, Wired Next Fest, Google Kings’ Cross London, StrataConference in New York, New York city Public Library among all.