Marcio S Galli - web designer

  • Background bachelor's degree in computer science (USP alumni)
  • Developer consultant to many Silicon Valley companies (Mozilla, Zvents, France Telecom R&D)
  • US Patent author — messaging and internet
  • Ribeirão Preto SP Brasil, São Carlos SP Brasil, Mountain View CA USA, Sunnyvale CA USA
  • Web and design

    Tags: Browser systems, Browsing Experience, GDPR, privacy, pop-up blocking, accounted browsing

  • Public dev meeting / Browsing Experience / GDPR and user experience
  • Public dev meeting / Browsing Experience / GDPR consent management as a service
  • Public dev meeting / Browser Experience / Is this time for the privacy related interaction elements of pages to be accounted by the browser?
  • Tags: Conversational user interfaces, history-based chat interfaces, Loan Calculator app, collaboration

  • Public dev meeting / / Elements in a chat flow will appear live but eventually are replaced by static elements
  • Public dev meeting / Collaboration / The challenges in documenting history of large open-source projects - inspired by the Mozilla case
  • Public dev meeting / Collaboration / When the user wants to subscribe to the thread related to the article - but the thread may not exist
  • Public dev meeting / / Evolving the prototype with dialog elements helping a loan calculation to be developer in a chat-based timeline
  • Public dev meeting / / Design of a chat-based history window to help a local calculation storytelling sessions
  • Tags: Instant Messaging, 3rd-party Web Services, Maps, Music, Games, USPTO, Patent, Invention

  • In 2003 I had the opportunity to develop a prototype and concept integrating 3rd-party services in the instant messaging application. This worked resulted in a patent that was sold for AOL and today (2020) is part of the Google portfolio of patents — System and method for seamlessly bringing external services into instant messaging session
  • Tags: Stallone Rambo, First Blood, Computer Graphics, Movie Production, High-fidelity digital humans

  • Rambo -1 with Stallone screenplay, acting, and high-fidelity digital human technology - featuring Richard Crenna virtual acting
  • Tags: SSR, SEO, personal web sites, ReactJS, UX, UI, user profile, multi-persona, audio narrative, Linkedin, Multi-résumé

  • Public meetings / Minisites / There is a gap between my Linkedin profile and my next career move - solving Sophia's Problem
  • Public meetings / Minisites / The problem of describing myself in job applicaitons vs résumés vs cover letter vs who I am
  • Public meetings / Minisites / A multi-persona site platform for independent professionals - yet another web site authoring platform
  • Public dev meeting / Minisites / Live demo and coding - A demo of the 'mini site' platform and live coding updating the business card graphics generation with a QRcode image in the background
  • Public live session / Minisites / Creating a quote card for a psychologist helping her to communicate with her audience - at the same time learning more about the MVP
  • Public dev meeting / Minisites / Documenting the case of an user that needs to continuously post articles in a limited series format
  • Public dev meeting / Documenting the early release of the mini audio profile experience
  • Tags: history of the Web, DHTML, layers, 1997

    In 1997 Netscape Communications launched a historical Preview Release for its next generation release of the then-popular Netscape Navigator product. A release that would influence the web significantly. The engineers at Netscape were able to connect a runtime language making static web pages become dynamic. The new HTML tag was known as the <layer /> tag and enabled web developers to enclose elements from the web page and manipulate them using the API for document manipulation (DOM API) and JavaScript. This modification created a portal of opportunities that enabled the front-end developement world to be unleashed — because developers were able to animate web pages. The features that were initially tailored for animation and presentation continued to evolve. Developers continued to explore dynamic control of web pages in different ways. The dynamic control of web pages changed the world because pages that were originally designed to be documents started to go in the direction of becoming user interface elements, like a software of the past. But this was not the past. It was yet the web.

    Get in touch

    You can write to me at mgalli at mgalli dot com.

    Marcio is an entrepreneur with an interest in innovation, entrepreneurship, culture, and management. After his bachelor's degree in Computer Science, Marcio moved to Silicon Valley to work at one of companies that helped to develop the history of the Web (Netscape Communications). Besides Netscape / America Online, Marcio also helped other companies like Yahoo!, Mozilla Corporation (creators of the Firefox browser), Songbird, Zvents, France Telecom Research&Development, and more. Marcio is currently an entrepreneur and consultant — collaborating with various departments such as marketing, innovation, engineering. He became an author of international patents and enjoys studying and writing to help future entrepreneurs and managers. Marcio is passionate about communication, business, technology and culture. Some of his favorite books are High Output Management, Conscious Business, The Hard Things about Hard Things, Maslow on Management, The Startup of You, The Alliance, Zero to One, among others.  

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