Sportmatch is a mobile application that matches sports partners based on their level, location and availabilities.
The project started in 2015 and I joined the team as a the main UI/UX Designer. For now, Sportmatch only works for tennis players in the Montreal area, but we are currently working in order to be able to offer more sports and locations.
I worked on two distinct versions for iOS and Android: I’ve decided to follow closely the Material Design and iOS guidelines for each version so that our users feel comfortable using the app whether they own an iPhone or an Android device.
Though we are still working on the application to improve it and add more features, beta versions are already available for iPhone and Android.
Even if it’s a work in progress, you can have an overview of the application on both platforms thanks to the screenshots on the left.
We are looking forward to your feedback!
INTERNATIONAL CHAMPIONS CUP
The International Champions Cup is a soccer summer tournament launched in 2013 in North America.
For the 2015 edition, matches were being played on 4 continents between 15 clubs, including Chelsea, Manchester United, and Real Madrid.
Here is an overview of the tournament website I worked on before the beginning of the 2015 edition.
We also proposed to the ICC to implement a bracket game that would let the fans predict which teams would win the tournament.
The website and the prediction game have been designed and developed in a responsive way so that users could enjoy it on desktop or on any mobile device.
For more information, you can see the full project's case study hereor visittheICC website.
FanVision is a company that builds controllers which provide enriched video content at live sports events (NASCAR races, golf or tennis games...). The company is headquartered in New York and has offices in Canada and North Carolina.
During my experience in FanVision, I have been in charge to renew the brand identity (for example by giving up the gradients and drop shadows for a flatter style) and apply it to all the existing brand assets.
I have also had to create various marketing documents in order to promote the product on race tracks. These prints could be simple flyers or coupons, or giant billboards displayed on the FanVision trucks and trailers at the event.
Lastly, I crafted several handbooks (for the different controllers types), designed the company's corporate website (www.fanvisionentertainment.com) and other temporary websites endorsing promotional operations.
ABCDRDUSON 15TH ANNIVERSARY PARTY
Creation of a flyer to announce the 15th anniversary party of the webzine Abcdrduson.com in September 2015 @ Nouveau Casino (Paris).
Revolution Golf is an online platform for golfers who are looking for tips, advices and lessons from the greatest instructors.
Their website connects more than 1.5 million members to professional coaches who propose video lessons.
Here is a proposal of an iOS app for Revolution Golf I designed.
Since most the golf lessons are only available to premium users, one of the main challenges was to reflect it on the mobile version.
PREPLAY 2015 WEBSITE
PrePlay was the #1 live sports prediction game for smartphones and tablets that operated from 2010-2015. Operating for the Baseball, Football, and Hockey seasons, PrePlay allowed users to predict every play of every game, year-round.
Over that time, PrePlay's users made over 50 million predictions across all applications.
I had the chance to design the last version of the game's website, before its closing in 2015.
DEF JAM RECORDINGS
Some of my works extracted from my 2013 experience at Def Jam Recordings France (Universal Music Group), the French branch of Def Jam Recordings, a hip hop music label based in New York.
I was mainly in charge of the daily management of the label's website (articles, newsletters, releases, music videos...).
I consequently had the opportunity to promote online major albums releases for local and international artists, such as: Drake (Nothing Was The Same), Jay Z (Magna Carta Holy Grail), Kanye West (Yeezus), The Weekend (Kiss Land), IAM (Arts Martiens), Disiz (Extra-Lucide)...
NCAA March Madness
This project was the prototype of a survival challenge based on the March Madness tournament (a college basketball competition).
The game was supposed to be running within Bleacher Report TeamStream's mobile application.
See below several screens developing this concept.
Rap Drinks is a personal project based on the lyrics of famous French or American rap songs. The idea was to find the most quoted drinks in hip hop records and illustrate them in a funny way, according to the artists' lyrics.