Giorgio Natili is Adobe community expert, a W3C member and was a Forum Nokia Champion. He is head of his own company GNStudio, which has been operating in the web development filed for the past 7 years. His field of expertise focus on Adobe Flash, Fireworks, Dreamweaver, Coldfusion Flash Media Server, Flex and their integration, as well as accessibility both in html and Flash. More recently his interests have broadened to include developing mobile applications and e-learning tools. He also works on various education initiatives to spread awareness on accessibility issues, especially to flash developers.
He strongly believes in the need to spread new web-technologies by 'evangelizing' in the Italian development communities. As a result he has been an active member of the Igenium community (Macromedia Users Group), taking part as an invited speaker, in the 2003, 2004 and 2005 webb.it events where he held numerous seminars on Flash and related technologies. In 2005 and 2006 he participated in SMAU in Milan, again holding seminaries and training sessions. He also spoke at the Adobe Max in Chicago and Barcelona in 2007.
Among his many successful projects the on-line version of the TV game show "Quiz show" for Einstein Multimedia, subsequently published in the portal www.libero.it, along with the implementation of a Rich Internet Application for visualizing in real time Italian soccer championship games results, for the principal Italian media group, Gruppo Espresso.
In 2005 he founded the Flash community Actionscript.it that he is still leading and animating.
Throughout 2005 he has been Mobile and Technological innovation consultant for Saatchi & Saatchi Italia where he developed the J2me version on the mobile application D&G for Interpreting.it.
Throughout 2006 his Studio has established close partnerships with the mobile content provider Jamba, developing mobile applications for the Jamba development team, and MTV Italia, for whom he developed a chat environment driven by flash media server.
In the first half of 2007 he develops Intelligere SCS, a powerful web based synchronous collaboration system, entirely developed in Flex, and releases it under an open source license. The passion for community work continues with the founding of Flexdevelopers.org.
During the first half of the 2008 Giorgio started to be a regular speaker at the 360|Flex conference, has been selected as a speaker for the Webmaniacs conference as well and gave his contribution to a book dedicated to the Accessibility of the web application published in Italy by the New Riders.
In the second half of the 2008 Giorgio started to work permanently on enterprise web application for customers based in USA, France and Germany. He has also been selected again as speaker at the Adobe Max 360|Unconference USA and for the Adobe Max Europe.
Since two years he has run the Flex Camp conference all around the world.