Erneste is a company spotting young talents in order to help them integrating the work market place. To help their customers finding their dream match, Erneste’s Team developed two professional personality tests: one highlighting the candidate’s global state of mind, the second classifying its motivations. Agathe Martinot, Erneste’s co-founder, asked me to illustrate the report in a dynamic and modern point of view. I chose a playful style. inspired by french illustrator Jean Jullien. Colors used were the company’s ones.
French communication agency Ici Barbès asked me to help her visualizing marketing data of one of its customers. The design’s aim was to reveal and highlight marketing opportunities for cosmetic brands that belong to a huge group.
I first classified the following interleaved data (for 13 brands) :
project > marketing territory > marketing motivations > marketing characteristics
The first step consisted in the creation of a design that links the purchases motivations and the brands’ characteristics into the different marketing territories. This step had to differentiate two projects: two colors chart were used in order to fulfill this function. The second step was dedicated to compare each of the brand on the same territories. The same design was applied to the two projects created : Makeup and Influence. Each of them is represented by different colors.
Proposed concepts created for Datavizualisation projects.
Clients: Ici Barbès, french communication agency and Erneste, talents seeker agency
Published at Éditions Mare et Martin, 2017
In collaboration with the assistant of the client, I designed an exhibition catalogue on the thema «Bambara Culture» for the french art gallery Lucas Ratton (Paris 6). Bambara is an african tribe (Mali). The exhibition’s objective consisted in highlighting the diversity of its art, especially through sculptures. On this occasion, the gallery hired a photograph to present the pieces.
My role was first to create a graphic and fluid images sequence in order to tell a story and then to work at the typographic technical aspect. The client’s demands were based on the elegance and visual calm of the design.
Representing an exhibition in the most minimalist way possible
Colors, shapes and fonts tooken from the exhibition represented
Designing isometric views of scenographical concepts.