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Ever since I was a kid, I always loved making games. I started with custom snakes and ladders drawn on the back side of office paper my dad would bring home from work, but soon I wanted more. I learned programming in the first place because I wanted to create video games. I find beauty in designing meaningful interactive experiences.
My first published video game. Limited is a management and strategy game reflecting upon the depletion of natural resources and environmental degradation.
Built and designed with engineering students from the EPFL, this reimagination of Pong gamifies electrodynamics concepts.
A fast-paced runner and fighting game you can play with your friends in local multiplayer.
Web design is the cornerstone of today’s communication: every business needs an appealing website to promote their work.
I created a full redesign and restructuration of this website, in order to modernize it and make it easier to navigate.
Data processing allows deeper insights in all domains of knowledge. I am specialized in “Natural Language Processing”, which straddles linguistics and information technology. Today, enormous quantities of textual information are available for anyone to see. Just like any type of data, text can be analyzed to produce meaningful results.
My articles about data processing :
Medintake is an application that was designed to help people keep their home pharmacy up to date and to provide them with all relevant informations about their medication, all from their mobile phone.
This application was built using Meteor.js and Cordova, for the Android platform, and makes use of web scraping and barcode scanning.
The end user is always my first priority
HTML / CSS
I am currently persuing a Bachelor of Arts at the University of Lausanne (UNIL), where I study Art History and Information Technology. I am strongly interested in interactive design in general, from websites to applications, with a particular love for video games.