Challenges and overcoming them. Here are some projects that I was part of whe
TruCentered previously used a website powered by a chiropractor web agency. The PROBLEM was that the agency produced same-looking websites for all chiropractors, which felt like a cookie-cutter, and didn't help to provide an edge over the competition. Together we went for something original and now TruCentered is on their way to opening their second office.
360pt is a Paris-based training company that focuses on personal training and nutrition. What makes them unique is that they provide in-home trainings for mature, successful corporate professionals. I designed their website to match their typical clientele and give a sort of "homemade", welcoming feel of the website.
I built the centre’s previous website a few years ago. It was working well and the school was able to make good use of it. But like any design, after a certain time, it starts feeling a little outdated and the school wanted a refresh.
That’s what I sought to do while incorporating better functionalities to help the center communicate their events and get people to take action. Now that the website is up, I’ll continue working on the back to improve their SEO and marketing visibility.
Claritas is a Paris based network of legal translators. Décideurs Magazine’s 2019 ranked theme as one of the best legal translation agencies in France.
They selected me to help create their new brand and website to communicate the professionalism them bring to every client engagement.
Inspired by the lines of Palais de Chaillot in Paris, I used lines to design patterns and help give a classy, yet minimal website feels.
I met the owner of Château de Lauga as a tourist learning about wine from Bordeaux. I spoke to him about his website and he told me that he was very frustrated. I gave him ideas, particularly to help communicate with international tourists like myself and he asked me for a complete website redesign.
Using some of his family photos that date way back, we created a website that gives a very down-to-earth and welcoming feel. For family vacations, these are magical places to learn and local culture.
Ever forget to water your plants? This is a plant app that reminds people to water their plants. I manage the entire creative side of the app from the naming plants like babies, the designs, the marketing to interacting with customers and partners.
My aim was to make everything "feel" fun and transform the chore of watering plants into a fun habit.
Happy Plant has been featured by Apple 2017-2020 and has 135,000+ users.