I focus on creating user-centric experiences and meaningful identities.
Crafting digital experiences since 2004
I believe in all functional and beautiful things. Above all, I enjoy creating and helping products that have a remarkable and positive impact on peoples' lives. Whether it's a brand new website, or a redesign, a bespoke application or redefining digital for a small business I always strive to deliver modern and innovative solutions.
UI and Visual Design have always been my first focus since I started working more than 15 years ago. I actually started as a Graphic Designer but I quickly move to Web and started designing and building website during the flash era. I've never lost that passion for beautiful interfaces, bespoke websites, user-centric solutions and innovative Visual Design.
Even though UX is not what I specialise in, I've learnt fundamental rules and best practices by working alongside great UX Designers. Anytime I craft a new digital experience I keep these in the back of my mind. I also enjoy wireframing because I see it as the foundation for all my visual and functional ideas.
For about 5 years I was both designing and coding all the websites I worked on. This gives me a very good knowledge of web development and helps me design solutions that will always run smoothly. Loading speed, browser compatibility, animation, SEO... are some of the things I always look at when designing for Web. I also thoroughly enjoy working along side developers to discuss and implement new tech and coding trends, design realistic solutions and ensure an easy build.
When I think Visual Design I often think Branding first. I just love the creative freedom and the endless possibilities I have when giving a business a face. A logo is the foundation of a brand identity but when I can pair it with a website, It doesn't get any better!
DSLR photography and especially landscape photography has always been a passion of mine. It's a great way to connect with nature and share my travels with others too. Let's not forget the strong connection between photograhy and Visual Design: image composition, rule of thirds, symmetry and patterns, cropping, use of lines/shapes... all are used in both disciplines.