I work at Apple and love design & technology.

My last personal projects include Hello and Snapeous. I also write about mobile design on Mobiloscopy.

I'm a digital advertising expert with 10 years of experience working for major companies (Apple, Google, Aegis, Sony). Over the last 3 years at Apple, I have helped major brands and their creative/media agencies deliver inspiring creative concepts and robust media strategies on the Apple advertising platform. Lately, I've worked with American Express, Jaguar, Nike and Evian to launch their mobile campaigns worldwide.

Born in France, I lived in Germany and Ireland before settling down in Paris with my wife and son.

I'm passionate about web and mobile design. I'm learning to code to slowly but surely turn some of my ideas into life. My first personal project, Snapeous, was selected among the finalists of the LeWeb Paris competition in 2012. Since then, I keep on experimenting new ways to create meaningful connections between people through technology.

Eiffel Tower


What I like to do

  • Think about new ideas
  • Design apps
  • Prototype & wireframe
  • Snap pictures
  • Learn to design and code

How I do it

  • Brain
  • Papers and pens
  • Keynote & Sketch
  • With my talented dev buddy


2013 - 2014


Co Founder

Hello is a smart reminder that lets people keep in touch with their friends.

Hello is a free service that sends you daily suggestions via email of people to recontact. We leverage your social graph to identify who you should contact, when and why. Hello is the first smart social reminder.
We decided to create Hello because having hundreds of friends doesn't really matter if we're not capable of keeping in touch with them regularly. We are working on an Artifical Intelligence that will extract all the relevant data from a user's social graph, organize and classify this data into relevant events. Events are then filtered in layers to come up with a shortlist of people to recontact with context. The project is still in beta.

Sign up to Hello here.

I've shared below some preliminary work on Hello, from brand guidelines design to homepage and application mock ups.



Co Founder

Snapeous is a fun and easy way to add digital content to real life objects.

LeWeb Paris finalist in 2012, Snapeous was also shortlisted by the TechStars London incubator. It's the first social networks around objects. And also my first project. Users simply scan barcodes or QR codes of objects around them and add digital content (texte, pictures, videos) to these objects. Snapeous is an attempt to 'digitally' enhance real world objects, in the vein of the Internet of Things.

Download on Google Play.

Other concepts I'm exploring



Start quoting the Web.

Like many others, I read a lot on the Web and I like to share articles I find great. But I feel more and more frustrated by the tools available to share content. For example, I'm often interested in sharing only sentences or fractions of an article, not its entirety. In today's world, there is no simple way to do just that.
It's like having no option but to offer a book to a friend and to tell him "Read this book, I'm sure you'll love with what the author says on page 32..." Weird, isn't it?

Qwote aims to solve this pain. It's a free browser extension that lets users highlight any sentence of a webpage and share it instantly to Twitter. It's simple, fast and precise.
A more elaborate version could become even more exciting: imagine if you could redirect your followers to the exact location of the sentence within any page on the Web (just like an anchor element on an html page)? Same idea for any type of media content of course.

2013 - 2014


When Democracy meets the Internet.

I believe there is a huge opportunity to improve how our democracy works by empowering citizens and leveraging more the Internet. VoxPop is an open platform that aims to create and foster a more direct and transparent channel of communication between citizens and their representatives. Think Facebook for politics.
Politics is one of the most strategic areas not yet disrupted by technology.

I've shared here a preliminary mock up of the sign up page and some design work on the VoxPop logo.