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Design school years seem so long ago now. 2002, 2003, 2004… The iPhone was not born yet, we still worked on slow Power PCs at school and the iMac was barely born. One of my study projects was the creation of a full “interactive CD-ROM” about Jacques Tati. Fifteen years have passed and the human […]
My comrade Thomas Di Luccio and I had the honour of being invited by IxDA’s local chapter in Lausanne to give our talk about design, the Anthropocene and how can we designers work towards desirable futures.
Richard Hanna, host of the Techologie podcast, interviewed my colleague Thomas di Luccio and me to talk about design, technology and ethics. Listen to the podcast (in French)
I was invited by Alice Bertran, host of the Gone Digital podcast to chat with her about various topics, from our relationship to Lyon to the Anthropocene, ethical tech and so on. In French!
As I am on my way of migrating from Twitter to Mastodon, I have put together a few useful resources for people who are thinking about making the big jump or having troubles getting their head around Mastodon. A few basics Twitter and Mastodon are built around different metaphors. At first, it can be a […]
Knock knock… Anybody home? Already four months passed since I started writing about this website’s redesign. No one can praise my diligence. Let me tell you, it’s for the best. Sometimes, ideas need time so we can grasp all their depth. Let’s go cave diving once more… During these 4 months, I have clearly let ideas […]
“What’s this book? “How can everything collapse?” (FR)? Isn’t it a bit… morbid?” How creative the human psyche can be when facing the possibility and proximity of the end of our world. My awakening to the story of our world’s possible collapse is still very young but I have already been confronted with a wide array of […]
En juillet 2018, mon confrère Thomas di Luccio et moi avons décidé de créer un lieu philosophique et parfois physique pour évoquer les enjeux de l’Anthropocène et ce qu’ils ont comme conséquences bien concrètes sur nous les designers et notre pratique. > Common Future(s) a plusieurs ambitions : proposer de nouveaux outils, points de vue et espaces […]