The latest iteration of Chrome Core UI visual design is available on Chrome OS and soon on other platforms. It includes a redesign of all Chrome components as well as a complete revamp of our implementation system. It is now more consistent with mobile, touchable with the new hybrid layout and with a cleaner look.See more
PPI or digital DPI is not an easy concept to grasp. As the number of devices we design and develop for grows and evolves in sometimes unexpected ways, understanding the basic notion of screen density and ratio is becoming key to deliver delightful user experiences.Read
As part of a bigger Chrome OS revamp, the audio player too got its Material design revamp with new features, iconography and motion.See more
I wrote a few words about something that have been in my mind for quite a bit now:
The weight of design within a product and my bias towards design as a solution.
A long read, two parts article, describing the decisions and design choices made during the Chrome Material redesign, shipped in october 2014. A year after the first announcement of Material Design (I/O 2014), this article is a post-mortem on what the Chrome team did to try and move the web forward on the Android platform, from my point of view as a the Visual design lead.Read
A detailed Medium article in which I describe my experience and story on how I got to move from France to the US to work for Google from a very personal stand point. I also try to provide advices for young designers and anyone aspriring to live this experience too.Read
My friend Roxane Clediere started a personnal project called "People Over Heroes" in which she interviews all kind of people, designer or not, to discover something about them through their favorite super hero. It's refreshing and her photographs are gorgeous. Featured as the second week of July interviewee, I talk about design, writing, Darth Vader and space.Read