I ‘m Nicolas Vittori, a graphic and digital
designer who just graduated from Gobelins, l'école de l'image with a master degree in interaction design.
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Web & Mobile Design
10 - 15
Coated is a conceptual news app. done with the Reuters fondation. Because of the news surplus in Media, it promotes a context for each news with the possibility for the user to follow the evolution of each one of the news due to the stories concept.
The app is based on the idea of building layers of information which the users can read depending on the amount of time they have.
The main goal of the project was to emphasize a sensitive ergonomy and a fast navigation to be able to explore a whole story really fast without too many gestures.
A huge amount of time has been spent working on typograhy and readability. Finding a way to make lecture more pleasant and efficient for the user by working on font size, height, space between letters and between text lines.
To separate the different “stories”, we used colors on cover and on the text to quickly notice what story we’re in.
We also worked, on pair with the idea of layer, on overlapping texts in order to avoid segmenting the user’s reading.
Motion made as a result of a workshop in Gobelins, l’école de l’image. It tells the story and the lust of a mexicain character lost at sea through a video retracing his fantasized journey.
The Anglo’Folk Festival is a conceptual music festival emphasizing on the folk Anglo-Saxon culture under-represented in France. It takes place in the Cirque de Gavarnie in south of France.
The visual identity of the festival bring to light the ethnic aspect of the folk culture through recurring symbols pulled from Folk iconography
and combined with contemporary design.
Motion made as a result of a workshop in Gobelins, l’école de l’image. The video is a metaphor about hapiness and about the fact that sometimes, you have to let go to be happy.
This project gave me the possibility to work with 3D and also to experiment the physic of Cinema 4D with basic shapes. Video made with > Benjamin Vimont and >Marthe Siestrunk.
The project is heavily inspired by Rube Goldberg machines which are over-engineered or overdone devices to perform a very simple task in a very complicated fashion, including a chain reaction.
The textured black and white render was a visual and technical choice for a quick render regarding the very short time we had to think, made and export the project.
We really had fun experimenting with shapes, make objects levitate, create smoke and bubbles.
Redesign of the website of Charles Kalpakian,
a french product designer, on desktop and mobile.
The concept was to evoke the playful and colorful aspect of his work in his portfolio through layouts, animations and shapes.
The goal was to emphasize his work by using images as the main tool for navigation. Images were key elements for the layout.
Charles Kalpakian is a french product designer born in Beirut(Lebanon). In 2011, after collaborating with pretigious agencies including Ora Ito and Christophe Pillet, he became a freelance designer and develop his own projects.
His design has three roots: France, Lebanon and the culture of Street Art. These influences are visible in the reinterpretation of certain motifs from iconic motifs of Lebanese history and geography, filtered by urban and contemporary culture.
Photography by the french design studio
>Paris Se Quema.
This project is a concept of quiz made for the french government to enable teenagers and college students to deepen in a fun and modern way their skills and knowledge.
In an illustrative interface, teenagers are encouraged to discover the way institutions works, the history of the French republic and learn about women and politicians that helped building it.
The concept was to create both a colorful interface and a playful navigation. This is why the mouse was replaced by this arm and hand that giggles when you use it. The transition between two themes works in this way.
With that idea in mind, quizzes on the home page takes the form of cards that turn progressively as you unlock an other quiz. These cards serve as supports to questions once you open a quiz.
The colors are reduced to a minimum to be more impactful and in order to make it easier for the user to differentiate themes and difficulty levels.