— Hello, I'm Quentin Pinczon du Sel.

I'm a freelance UX designer, based in Paris, FR.

Several projects I worked on those past years:

If you want more details or are interested to work with me, write me an email.

Some background:

— I made (design & code) my first website in 2002, as I was 16 years old. It's still online somewhere: if we get along, I may show it to you.

— Since then, I worked for 7 years in agencies, where I did project management, team leading, production management and UX design.

— I'm freelancing since 2015, working mainly with agencies (BETC, Digitas, Altima, MFG Labs...) I worked on mobile apps, business applications with complex user flows and set of datas, as well as on brand/marketing websites.

— I can do user research, workshops, customer journey maps, user journeys, wireframes, prototypes, I can use Sketch, Axure, Invision, Marvel, even Dreamweaver (who knows?), and I'm a quick learner, so also a lot of other things.

— In between that, I managed to travel around the world for a little bit more than a year.

You may find me on:

LinkedIn / Facebook / Twitter / Instagram

And finally, a few side projects I did on my spare time:

Original Pressing

I founded Original Pressing in 2013. It's a free service created by and for crate diggers, allowing them to find if their vinyl is an original pressing or not. It used to work with the Discogs API at first but runs now perfectly on manual-mode, getting ~50 requests / month.

Et en fait à la fin

A website which started as a joke and quickly became popular (57k likes and counting). It was featured on the most well-known online newspapers in France (Libération, Les Inrocks, Minute Buzz, Huffington Post, Télérama and so on).
Don't click if you're an anti-spoiler guy/girl (you've been warned).

Bien cordialement

If you work in a web agency, you probably already lie to a client asking some updates about his project. This website is a kind of hommage to all the excuses you have to find in this situation (french only, sorry).

I'm also a photographer. You'll find some images here.