A great website is designed for all people by default. That means considering people using assistive technology, and anticipating everyone's ability to process information.
Ethical design values people's safety and privacy first. It can absolutely support a company's goals if transparency outweighs hidden agendas.
The web isn't green. Reducing how much data we store, how many emails we send, and how heavy our pages are serves people's experience as well as the planet.
99% of public sector websites contain accessibility issues which is a breach of regulatory requirements.
Inflow is an app that helps people with ADHD. I designed their new visual identity and built their site on Webflow for neurodivergent people.
Linkorep is a French streamer on Twitch who's passionate about video games and inclusion. We developed her content strategy and visual identity to guarantee a safe and respectful place for her followers.
Neon support and train campaigners and activists working across social movements. I worked with a team of freelancers to design Neon's new brand identity and build their new site.
80% of disabilities are invisible. Even though we can't always suspect it, the disability remains.
With 13 years of experience in the digital industry, I've had the opportunity to explore various roles. My career kicked off in Paris after studying film in Oxford. I worked as an editor and assistant director, before transitioning to digital marketing in London. I now operate as a freelance UX designer specialising in accessibility. I'm based in France and can work in both French and English.
I'm a proud member of Women Make, a community that supports young women entrepreneurs. And I'm involved with Agencies for Good and Dovetail, two networks that connect tech experts with non-profits.
I'm currently dedicated to a full-time project in France. But I'd be happy to consider other projects: temporary consulting gigs, pro-bono opportunities to support charities, mentoring young (and less young) designers, speaking gigs, etc.
Feel free to get in touch if you'd like to have a chat.
(Last updated February 2024)