Frederik Delmotte is an interactive designer who takes an interdisciplinary approach to crafting beautiful, engaging digital experiences. He believes in harnessing the versatility of creative thought, bringing design to life by adapting a range of languages and tools. He designs, prototypes, and builds, continually iterating between concept and execution. Over the last thirteen years he has successfully collaborated with a variety of clients such as Aesop, Apple, American Express, Céline, ESPN, Facebook, IBM, McLaren, Nike and Samsung to name a few. His work has been recognized and awarded by institutions such as the Art Directors Club and the Webby Awards. He currently holds a full-time position at Work & Co in New York and works independently on digital projects that have a strong focus on art, culture and fashion.
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Céline transactional commerce platform. The site's appearance mimics Phoebe Philo's spare aesthetic, which plays out in the use of a single typeface, exclusive to Céline, that appears in one size, one weight and only three colors.
With Peter Miles, Dever Thomas, Daniele Codega, Patrick Slack, Virginie Delannoy and Chris Alden. Visit celine.com.
Flint is a Place
Flint is a place is a cross platform episodic documentary series about Flint, Michigan. The project seeks to document a specific moment within this American city both as it’s perceived and experienced. The idea is not to show people some place that they don’t know. The idea is to put them in a place that they think they do know.
Awarded with a Webby in the cultural blog/website category. With Guillermo Brotons. Visit flintisaplace.com.
Excessocenus is a Greenpeace Photo Awarded project by Cristina De Middel and Bruno Morais that aims to visualize the effects of macro-economics into African micro-routines. The website tries to convey excess with both the rhythm of the images and the amount of information. The website has no menu, a random navigation and creates by itself, if you do not interact, a multilayered experience of accumulation.
With Guillermo Brotons. Visit excessocenus.com.
Clara Balzary can make everyday banalities look majestic. Guided by her emotion as much as her eye, the LA-based artist captures sun-drenched naturalistic shots and candid photos of her friends, with a romantic, soft hue presiding across her work. The site uses color and placement of photography in a surprising way to reflect this sentiment.
With . Patrick Slack. Visit clara-balzary.com.
Sbjct Journal is a platform that features extraordinary individuals and the subjects that move and inspire them. Each blog post has the ability to have a highly customizable layout that is appropriate for the content of the article and aims to delivers a rich, unique editorial experience.
With NR2154 and Stefanie Brückler. Visit sbjctjournal.com.
Aesop releases seasonal gift kits each year around the holidays. We created a bespoke campaign experience that is seemingly integrated in their existing commerce platform and introduced a gift guide which can assist, inspiring suggestions suited to those personalities with whom we regularly interact.
With . Dever Thomas and Patrick Slack. Visit The Enigmatic Mind and The Gift Guide
Johan Strumane is an artist whose drawings and paintings are based on selected film stills. The stills itself are essential in the creation of his work. He aims to selects out the daily, endless input of visual stimuli which captures the reality of its surrounding. The website reflects his selection process through image strips down the bottom to navigate his work.