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NOIS3

NOIS3
NOIS3
Photo by Antonio Barrella
NOIS3
NOIS3

Nois3 is made up of Carlo Frinolli and Davide Pavone from Rome, Ivan Minutillo from Formia, Claudia De Medio from Chieti, Emanuele Macri from Taranto, Imke Bär from Germany and Natalia Molchanova, who is of Russian origin. They are all between 23 and 42 and are graduates of engineering, design, fine arts or languages. Carlo Frinolli and Imke Bär met at work many years ago, and gradually the others were drawn in, the most recent additions being Andrea Marchesini, who works with them from outside the company, and Natalia Molchanova.Two years ago they founded the company and opened an office in Pigneto where, in a friendly and relaxed atmosphere, they work on multiple projects of communication and event organization.

Among their favourite projects is the latest edition of Word Usability Day (www.wudrome.it/), for which they organised the Roman leg, as well as services for Wed in Florence, a wedding planning agency. They created wmp2014 (Menorca World Medicine Park): a cross-platform app that links doctors and health professionals around the world, and the Behance platform, which connects creatives internationally, has included them in some of its collections, like Branding Served (www.brandingserved.com) and App Served (www.appdesignserved.co).

Their strength lies in the passion they put into their work, their attention to detail and their ability to create empathy with projects as though they were their own. Consequently, their signature is Designed with love by Nois3. A working method, says Carlo Frinolli, which “is based on common sense, but which we pompously call visual thinking”. This means working together with the customer, involving them and speaking the same language. Their dream is to grow larger so they can worry less about the financial side of things and  carry on handling projects in just the same way, with just the same care and the same love. Without changing, and always remembering that “if any of us said briffare (a hip media-world Italianisation of 'briefing someone') we'd crack up laughing.”

The story has been written by Paola Soriga, writer.

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