I am an interaction designer based in New York. I build compelling experiences for people to love.
I grew up in the Loire Valley and moved to Alsace at 16, where I discovered Gewurtztraminer, flammenkuche and sauerkraut. There, I completed a bachelor’s degree in computer and information science, then I worked for 4 years as a designer and Flash developer at Caldera, an imaging and printing software for Linux and Mac OS.
In 2011, after falling in love with California on a road trip, I sent résumés to companies in the US. I was thrilled to receive a job offer from Analog Method, a web development agency located in bustling Times Square. At the time, I knew nearly nothing about New York but I bravely jumped out of my comfort zone to live the American dream. Now, I am the Lead Designer at Kikin, a contextual search service for Android and an extension for Chrome, and I enjoy the diversity of all that the city has to offer.
When I am not playing with pixels or writing code, my interests include traveling, hiking, French cuisine, blogging, board games and horseback riding.
To see more design work, check out my Dribbble! And if you’re not too scared of Flash sites, feel free to take a look at my old portfolio, which was awarded the Site of the Day prize by Design Licks and Dope in 2009 and featured in .NET Magazine in March 2010. I conceived and developed it from scratch.