Knowledge transmission is a mandatory aspect of being a designer: to do so, I regularly publish articles about aspects of my occupation, some close to it (logo creation for instance), some more remote (burnout). Here is a comprehensive list of the publications I have issued so far:
“I receive dozens of newsletters and I don't even remember having subscribed to them... What's happening to my memory??”
A little look on user experience applied to newsletters, also my contribution to the #Nowwwel initiative (a collection of articles posted by French web makers around Christmas)
A personal post born after Paris Web 2016 and the reactions about inclusivity on Twitter.
This article follows the two talks that Goulven Champenois and me gave in 2016 and focuses on how to start the necessary dialogue about burnout.
Our designers lives are often punctuated with self introspection and challenging of our communication tools. Through personal anecdotes, I invite everyone to perform an in-depth dive towards our fundamental motivations to better define who we are, what we want to say and how to feel better in our jobs. This article followed the talk la conférence "Designer, où vas-tu ?" given at IxDA on December 3rd, 2015.
Working in an office asks to take care of one's body, posture but also mind. Now that hyper-connectivity is a standard, it is crucial to manage time and productivity. I advocate for the use of the Pomodoro technique to better reach this objective.
Originally published on ThinkInnovation's blog in may 2014, this post tries to give the right keys to future applicants who wish to join design agencies.
Logos do not come out of a flash of inspiration. They need to convey your brand personality and speak to the type of customers you want to reach. This article is targeted towards design neophytes, entrepreneurs and project holders to give them the basic keys to a successful custom logo creation. Originally published in French on 24 jours de web.
If companies want to remain efficient and produce quality, they have to structure their information system. I wrote a feedback case on how at my previous agency we managed to find the right tool to do that.