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March 2019


Bonjour !


Exploring miscellaneous things, questioning what we do, why and how we do it. And share it with you. Happy Spring!

Portfolios for UX Researchers

CareerPortfolios for UX Researchers

A portfolio of past projects can advance the career of a UX researcher. Present the right work, summarise your findings, and communicate clearly to showcase your skills.

Accessibility & Connections

MeetupAccessibility & Connections in video games

A talk on accessibility in game design and an open discussion on the related best practices, in Lausanne.

Service Design Principles 1–100

BookService Design Principles 1–100

100 ideas to improve the user and customer experience in simple and practical ways, by Daniele Catalanotto.

Violaine & Jérémy's type foundry

FontsViolaine & Jérémy's type foundry

"We clearly focus on drawing strong and peculiar fonts. For sure you won’t find many weight variants but you will find many glyphs alternate !"



Curated finds you the best design knowledge you need to learn in your day-to-day job. A project by Antoine Plu.

2018 Design Tools Survey

Stats2018 Design Tools Survey

The UX Tools 2018 survey about design techniques and software use. Key figures and coming tools…

Chat bots?

Good to knowChatbots?

Did you say “recognise speech” or “wreck a nice beach”? Coming back to what was supposed to be the Next Big Thing…


March 2019

This month we like

Nasa visual universe

ExperimentNasa visual universe

To celebrate 60 years of NASA and 50 years of Project Apollo, the Google Arts & Culture Lab has created NASA’s Visual Universe.

Nike Battle Force

Motion designNike Battle Force

Battle Force is a celebration of sport and culture - a global event where hoops, art, music and dance all come together.

User Experience

WorkshopUX Devil Cards

“Let’s imagine the worst, to create the best.” A design toolkit for project teams. Tested & approved.

Among Trees

GameAmong Trees

We can't wait this new exploration and survival game!


Quote of the month

"Explaining complex things in a simple way is actually a sign of high intelligence."

Miguel Ferreira