Domenico Mazza is a skilled visual designer of digital user interfaces, data visualisations and wayfinding systems. Domenico thrives on challenging the visual design of digital and physical interfaces.

Domenico's recent design research has imagined a digital augmented reality interface termed Computational Costume that replaces the need for digital screens in a probable future. The work imagines how augmented reality could coalesce digital interfaces and information by allowing people to wear virtual costumes. This design seeks to remedy today's split attention between digital screens and people's physical reality.

Domenico holds a PhD in Computer Science (2019) for work on Computational Costume and a Bachelor of Design in Visual Communication (Honours) (2014) for work on Printer Linker.

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Domenico showing the cardboard poster at CHI 2017.