Lucio is a Product Design leader with more than 20 years of experience in Interaction Design and Product Development. In the last 10 years he focused on UX projects at the intersection of digital security, predictive analytics and artificial intelligence. Lucio is currently exploring how security technologies will allow people in the future to expand their freedom of information, and protect their digital identity. Lucio's interest is to build the next generation of enterprise solutions in the areas of cloud security, data center, and wearable computing.
He is the founder of Inpulse inc. a Silicon Valley company developing wearable technologies for the access control and payments industry. In 2011 he believed that Knowledge technologies, digital identity, and wearable devices will be the next big thing and he strived to the creation of Inpulse inc. Since its origin he was part of the board of directors and guided the R&D team.
Prior to Inpulse he led product design teams for Fortune 500 companies and early stage startups including: Vmware (Dell Technologies), HPE, Nimble Storage (acquired by HPE), and Sysdig inc. At Sysdig he led the design team to re-invent the user experience for the cloud native application security platform including auditing, compliance, detection, and prevention features. At VMware he managed a team of 18 designers and was in charge of three major platforms: Project Dimension (VMC on Dell), Project Olympus (Tanzu), and New Workloads Control Platform (Project Pacific). When originally hired at Vmware he was tasked of building the UX development structure and processes for the vSphere, VCD and VSAN Product Design team. The effort included establishing new strategies, introducing agile methodologies, and digital tools in order to increase product design quality and optimize cross-functional collaboration.
In 2013 he started the Boston Entrepreneurship Center (BEC) and was one of the founding member of the Impact Hub Boston, In 2015 he participated at the Harvard Kennedy School Symposium of Inclusive Growth and was a judge for the MIT 100k competition. Since 2011 he collaborated with numerous international institutions to develop AI applications, knowledge platforms and recommendation systems, including the World Bank Group, Harvard University, and MIT. In early 2000 he worked on several worldwide design competitions with the studio Fuksas, including the Euromed center in Marseille, and the "cloud" complex in Rome. Lucio has a BA in architecture and a MS in information science.