The development of a platform, whether it is for services, e-commerce or even an ERP, cannot be done without a precise analysis of your needs. It is not up to you and your users to adapt to a solution, but it is up to the solution to adapt to your needs. This is why I approach projects according to the Design Thinking approach:

  1. Understanding your problem and research
  2. Defining your needs and your limits of eco-responsibility
  3. Searching for solutions
  4. Prototyping the most suitable solution
  5. User tests
  6. Selecting the partner who best fits your needs and who will be able to meet your expectations
  7. Development follow-up

The depth of analysis of steps 1 to 5 is defined according to your expectations.


  • Framing session,
  • Personas,
  • User paths,
  • Co-creation workshops,
  • Prototypes,
  • User tests,
  • Agile method.


  • Report and recommendations,
  • Persona sheets,
  • User path sheets,
  • Access to the prototype,
  • Videos of user tests,
  • Access to the development follow-up.

What are your challenges?

I would be happy to discuss your current questions and problems openly with you.

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