This year’s edition of EbyD 2022 took place in the lovely city of Nantes, France. Three main themes were covered, one for each day of the conference: For your viewing pleasure, we at Designers Ethiques make a point of recording all the sessions for future viewing.
This Master of Science is the first of its kind. Enabled by the team at Origens (Alexandre Monnin, Diego Landivar & Emmanuel Bonnet), it aims at training a new kind of insider within organisations: ecological redirectionist. They will embrace the challenges the Anthropocene imposes on us and will help organisations and people tackle planetary limits […]
“Music was my first love, and it will be my last”. This quote is not mine, but coming from a lineage of musicians — my father being a multiple international champion of “trompe de chasse” as well as a renowned writer of “fanfares” — I had to at least honour this heritage. Tonight We Present […]
March 2020: France is entering a strict lockdown. My passion for knitting intensified and I found myself dreading a lack of yarn to knit. If you know me a little, you would have guessed that such a thing would never happen. Nevertheless, my kitchen became an experiment field and I started dyeing some wool for […]
Designers Éthiques is a non-profit association born in Lyon a few years ago. Its aim is to offer a space to foster discussions around design, ethics and the designer’s responsibility. Year after year, the topics tackled by the association kept on attracting my attention. By end 2019, the team approached me and I gladly became […]
Fellow designer and friend Fabrice Liut and I worked with the Blend Web Mix team to create a dedicated “design” track for the 2018 edition. We crafted a gender balanced programme that covered many aspects of digital design, from illustrated visual identities to digital accessibility. The whole track featured:
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 […]
As a victim of two episodes myself, I gathered some of the experiences and knowledge of what it is to go through this syndrome in a Medium community. Anyone who is going through a similar ordeal can benefit from personal writings as well as home-made tools.