My name is Chlovis, but you can call me Chlo.
I’m an M-shaped designer, specialized in interaction design, information architecture and user experience strategy.
I’m a maker and an entrepreneur at heart, I like to prototype ideas, test it and iterate to build something cool from the ground. I use this methodology on my own products on spare time.
My digital strategist and project manager background complete these skills and makes me a perfect fit for early stage projects or startups.
I work remotely and asynchronously since 5 years.
My communication skills, organization and work habits not only make it possible but also bring values to my clients: less and more efficient meetings, focusing on the outputs instead of the inputs.
I manage juniors and freelancers from different design expertise and therefore I’m comfortable leading a design team.
Every year, I mentor (amazing) design students from “Les Gobelins” (Paris) and feel lucky to help them on topics like ethics, remote and inclusivity.
I entered the design field doing flash banners and emails, then became a project manager/UX in a web agency. At some point, I decided to focus on information architecture and user-centric design to bring clarity in products and websites. I went freelance and still happily am!
Today, I work within teams as a Lead Designer on selected projects + I do consulting.
Product Designer @Contexte
User Interface Designer on Flat Eye @Monkey Moon
Lead UX for L’Oréal-Paris project
Information Architect @Blank
Project Manager & UI/UX @FCINQ
I like to challenge myself with new things.
This is why I’m freelancing: to keep a balance between my work and my personal projects.
Selling my watercolour painting
I started painting again few years ago, and an online gallery is selling my Serenity Stones collection. Please take a look~
Won a Pegase with Monkey Moon
Flat Eye, the game I’ve been working on received a French video game award called Pegases “Au delà du jeu vidéo” probably because of the themes we were talking about in the video game and the bibliography website we made to list our references and inspirations from the real world.
Vogue Taiwan Interview
Speaking of my relation with gender and modelling and how it impacted my work as a contemporary artist
We are a Taiwan based start-up, currently developing products and experiences around augmented reality and mobile technology.
Newsletter Thoughts from Afar
You can read me monthly in your mailbox sharing thoughts on linguistics, creativity, the challenges of living abroad and exploring other ways of living.
Created the podcast Jetlag (Qualiter)
Jetlag is a podcast published under Qualiter. It’s about french people living in another country. The main challenge was to manage the recording with different time-zones. I did concept creation, team scouting, editorial creation and animation of each episodes.
Relocation to Taiwan
iOS app Walk in Bangkok
Created an iOS application with my significant other while we were living in Bangkok. The city guides were not fitting our needs so we decided to create our own version.
Relocation to Bangkok
Exhibition – Renew
I did a long-term performance art project during a year, starting in 2015, and had the chance to exhibit this work, photographed by Margaux Gayet, in Highways Space Gallery, Los Angeles for 7 weeks.
iOS App Aisatsu
Side-project, for tea connoisseurs.
This apps helps you remember the right brewing time and temperature and includes a timer to make it easier for you. “Aisatsu” means “Greeting” in Japanese language.
Elliot Moss – 99 (music video)
Music Video shot in Iceland, directed by Masaki Shimeno and shot by Kaname Onoyama, produced by FURY Production (full credits on youtube page)
Represented in Paris, Los Angeles and Thailand.
editorial projects, lookbooks, campaigns, showrooms & runways.
“The Mask you Live In” @LeTank in Paris
I co-organised this projection in France, because at the time it was the only way to watch it. The topic of this documentary was the roots of toxic masculinity in the US. We used this opportunity to animate a discussion session afterwards with sociology & psychology experts. Thanks to Baptiste Fluzin & Spintank, this was made possible.
The documentary is now accessible on Netflix.
Podcast Lag à Part
Lag à Part is a video games podcast, published by Radiokawa. Ideally less than 1 hour, talking about cultural, sociological, economical aspects of video games. 4 columnist, 4 topics by emission and one changing speaker each half-season. I created the concept, federated a team, scheduled and organised the project monthly.
Member of the Belleville Whisky Club
Playing SFIV in tournaments
Apps & phone games tester
Writer for video games blogs
Bargaming host (video games event)
Studied ballet in a day sport school
Qualified myself for national championship of gunning twice
… at 9 and 10 years old, and yes, I’m kinda proud of this.