Sydney lecturer has finger on pulse of digital innovation


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Sydney lecturer has finger on pulse of digital innovation 

Published on 24 November, 2008

CQUniversity Sydney Digital Innovation lecturer John Raciti has his finger on the pulse of industry trends thanks to his work as a user interface (UI) designer at the ASX-listed Rubik Financial Ltd.

Mr Raciti works on prototypes for banking software development products – in other words the iphone, mobile and computer screen designs that help people use the latest technological platforms.

John Raciti is at the forefront of industry trends

He has recently developed (and applied for a patent for) a new portal interface for banking which can be used in any industry and which has the potential to revolutionise UI use in software development.

Back in 2006 when only 29, Mr Raciti was recognised by being elected a Fellow of The Royal Society of Arts, FRSA, in London.

He was awarded this honor based on previous merits – in degrees he was awarded at a university postgraduate level and for outstanding work and contribution to Australian arts education in both Melbourne and Sydney, and in the Catholic and public communities.

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