I'm a screwdriver for most people.
For the other, I just “make websites”.

But, as a designer, I would say I'm just a problem solver.

My desktop

Where do you live?

After few years in a tiny town of Ardeche surrounded by a wonderful nature, I'm currently moving to the city of Tours. I am excited to discover a new area of France, closer to Paris, with lots of new life/work opportunities.

Do you code?

Even if I know how to code in HTML/CSS (I’ve installed and customed this website), I don’t provide this kind of service. But I know a bunch of great people much better than I am, who would be glad to help if you need.

What tools are you using?

I try to keep an eye on the interface design industry evolution because it’s moving lightening fast (Dall-e / Midjourney AI generated prompt are here now!). My tools often change because I like to test new stuff. At the moment I use Figma for interface design, Photoshop for image processing, Notion for management, Invision for work presentation, Dropbox for sharing and  Mail / Slack / Discord to communicate daily with my teammates. Communication is key right ?!

Something besides design?

Sure ! I'm kinda curious by nature. I like science in general, I’m digging the blockchain ecosystems since few years, I love culture and art exhibition. I like to take some time off to paint with all kind of technics (oil, acrylic, watercolor etc.). Painting is a way for me to take a break when I need it. Besides that, I've spent time to learn more anecdotal things like lockpicking or cardistry.  Last but not least, as a dad, needless to say that my two daughters need a lot of time too.

Side projects?

During the past years I've spent lots of hours to work beside my daily work. I was part of the Sidebar team, co-creator of Profession Mutants podcast. I’ve written a book about type legibility on screen and I've had the opportunity to speak for various design conferences. Last year I've started a new adventure co-creating Prinft with my friend and colleague Antony Legrand.

What about career opportunities?

I've spent +10 years working as a freelance but I'm open for a change if it's worth it. I would love to work for Web 3 oriented projects as I'm spending a lot of time digging into this environment. But I'm open for any kind of new product design opportunities that sounds good to me. I’m ready for freelance gig or long term contract opportunities (remote only as I don’t want to leave my daughters).