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A SaaS web application for a music label
Guiding musicians' careers might be tricky for a music label. Especially when information that could help is lost inside thousands and thousands of Excel lines. Therefore, Craftsmen was commissioned by Jarring Effects, an independent music label, to built a SaaS application. As a UX designer, I started by understanding what were the nature of the data we had to handle. Next, I discussed with the client the priority in which the information should be displayed. After creating several paper prototypes, I kept an eye on the project, making graphic and interactive proposals by coding and pull requesting.
A landing page for a hackathon event
I created the website and graphic design of an hackathon that was organized by my boss at Craftsmen. From responsive design to CSS animation, the project was for me the opportunity to dive deeper inside code possibilities and UX recommendations for landing pages.
Landing page and rebranding of a SaaS application for the building industry
For my last mission at Craftsmen, I was fully responsible of the project. So I handled all the aspect of the project, from design to code... and client management. I understood that helping the clients to make the best decisions for themselves can be hard sometimes but it is also what makes a good designer.
An initiation to Design Sprints for a start-up creating a network to share make-up tips
I discovered Design Sprints when Subleem charged Craftsmen with the creation of an iOS app. During the sprint, I was the recorder. My role was to take notes and keep the Trello board up-to-date. I also prototyped the paper version of the app using InVision. Thanks to the sprint, we managed to identify the skeleton of the app by extracting user stories and case studies. I found Design Sprints are interesting methodology because they are about getting people (clients, agencies, teammate...) closer to better communicate, understand user needs and grow mutual trust.
An institutional publication of DSAA graduate projects
After I graduated my master degree, Le Pôle Supérieur de Design de Villefontaine charged me and Amely Bernardo-Kent with the design and publication of a catalogue that would gather each apprenticeship experiences and diploma projects from our class. It was an interesting experience because we mostly worked remotely. Gathering information was the hardest part. But creating the editorial guidelines and looking at the printed result was really rewarding.