For the past ~12 years, I have been curious about technology and design.
(Looking for the Sundry newsletter? It's here.)
I believe that well-designed software—inclusive, intuitive, tasteful—can be good for everyone. But I stand wary because a lot of consumer tech is snake oil.
I am currently cooking up a new venture in Paris, France related to food delivery.
I also advise companies on their design+strategy and make small investments to help them grow. The last being FlyToJPN.
Previously, I was running Kuma Studio, a UX design agency. Clients included Belin Éducation, Poilâne and a number of startups.
Even before, I used to make my own apps, like Loop. I built a couple of other native and web apps that I'm too ashamed to share here.
It all started when I discovered in 2007, when I my laid eyes on the iPhone. It made me fall in love with it all.
I started blogging—watch me give a TEDx presentation about it—and I'm still doing that today in the form of the Sundry newsletter. It's a distillation of the 70+ eclectic sources I read every week. (I love RSS!).
Otherwise, there is an archive of my posts from 2016-2018 here.
I also enjoy cooking for my friends, playing music and discovering ways of thinking.
Are you building something? Need fresh eyes on a design? Just want to say hi or anything else? Hit me up: email@example.com.
Manufacturing ideas since 2007. Thanks for stopping by, see you on the road.