“ We’re an ambitious small team that help you materialize big ideas of the future. ”
— Patrick Avril, Director of Use Design
It’s our job to help clients see their ideas rapidly take shape. We do that with wireframes, videos, or working prototypes -- whatever it takes to help you make clear and informed decisions.
We always start a project with field research and direct contact with end users. It’s our strict side ;-) Because we are convinced that efficient products should help people solve their problems.
From aviation to healthcare, we’ve solved meaningful problems for a wide range of specialized industries. We’re proud to make everyday life easier for experts around the globe.
We need you to be a part of the process. We even built our own platform to help us with that. Don’t expect us to secretly work on your brief while you wait for a plug-and-play solution. Let’s co-create!
We don’t just talk design. We work with developers and study technical feasibility throughout the process. And if you happen to have your own engineers, they will feel at home with our tech-friendly team.
We don’t design to show off. Our ultimate goal is to achieve business results for our clients. Design is just the tool we use to get there. Watch it happen
Our designers have always thrived working as a team. This provides clients with a completely new perspective to their problems. That’s why we’ll never relocate to our client’s office… but we still travel for user research and workshops.
Not all objectives are created equal. That’s why we will bring the most relevant design processes to the table, and adapt to your business goals and users. Templates don’t do that.
We love to explore past the desktop, mobile and tablet triad. We’ve worked on cockpits, urban furniture, vehicle dashboards, HUDs, and many more. Did we just hear “rocketship”? Let’s do it!
Here’s the guy who loves illustrations (he’s pretty good at it too!). If you want to know more about him, Amazon must have a whole lot of data for you -- he gets a new parcel every single day at the office.
An old school punk rocker. When he’s not performing with his band Plomb, you'll find him playing around with framer.js and creating neat prototypes.
Passionate about archeology -- talk to him about treasures, maps and metal hunt. He says he’s not much of a fan of Japanese food, but we wonder why there’s always sushi on his plate for lunch.
An architecture lover. His masterpiece is Use Design. He’s led so many different projects over the years that you can talk to him about any possible subject. Especially if it’s over the sound of jazz.
He swears he practices martial arts since the age of 10. We never checked, but his rebellious sense of humour might be proof enough.
A do-it-all designer with a very sharp eye to pixels, videos and code. Works most of the time remotely. But that’s alright, because his onomatopoeias will never go unnoticed during our video conferences.
French psychoanalysis meets Japanese strategy. You’ll always find a board beside him. Longboards for fun. Paperboards for workshops. Bring him some post-its and he’ll teach you some (mind) tricks.
The Prince charming of Use Design! He radiates us with his Brazilian cheerfulness. The world is his playground, and challenging our designers on business is his favourite sport.
A biker since he was 6 years old. One foot in the US, the other in Singapore. If you’re looking for some “franglish” classes, he’s the one to look for.
Our “princess”. A proper sweet tooth, she feeds on dessert for lunch. She’s also not afraid to admit binge watching is one of her hobbies. Give her thousands of users and she’ll also "binge research" them all.
Also known as “the cat”. He’s the main brain behind all our code. Not an ordinary developer, he’s the office early-bird. Say ‘hi’ once and risk being invited to an ‘apéro’ this afternoon.
At Use Design, our goal is to make user experience and technology top business priorities. To make this happen, we are a team of passionate people that strike real-world problems while building amazing products/services. We won't stop looking for pirate thinkers, design hackers or any hybrid profiles in-between.