The personal site of Raphaël Mazoyer (hello!), freelance digital strategist and occasional troublemaker. Into: branding, e-commerce, and designing services that actually work.
Category Archives: Sites
On March 3, 2015, the Lacoste Japan web shop re-launched, based on a shop-plus-brand design supplied by the French headquarters and adapted to the local market, with a dedicated smartphone experience, the local loyalty program, and various online-to-offline shipping options. The original design was … Continue reading
I posted about the new Onitsuka Tiger web site, but not about the new My ASICS service I’ve been working on, with Mairéad, Loucas, our colleagues at the Institute of Sport Science and particularly Tagawa-san, Tokyo-based web design studio AQ, … Continue reading
A couple of weeks ago, we launched a revamp of the Onitsuka Tiger web site: Built for us by CloudRaker (of Montreal) in HTML5 and powered by The Plant (of Tokyo and Hangzhou) using their new Qor content management system, … Continue reading
Cute ad from our Italian colleagues:
Oh yeah and thanks @holbuc and Per-Einar for launching Denmark, Norway, Sweden today (you might still see the old sites for a few hours if the DNS hasn’t yet updated). Still a bit of QA to do, but I’m relieved … Continue reading
The Onitsuka Tiger web site has been refreshed a couple of weeks ago. Our web agency CloudRaker and our technology partner The Plant implemented a raft of relatively small changes that had sharp impact on the site’s usage patterns: page … Continue reading
“Doing things right” is paying off. Just by having common-sense page titles and descriptions, and by having a clear URL scheme, the ASICS UK site is properly indexed by Google. A Google UK search for our brand name shows the … Continue reading
Le site de la section du 11ème arrondissement de Paris du Parti socialiste. J’ai fait la maquette du journal, et je l’ai décliné en site web. HTML pas très propre mais accessible, avec une feuille de style d’impression intégrée. Réalisation … Continue reading
http://www.westlanders.net/ No longer online. It was a complete, complex PointComma implementation, with custom back-end, user management, publishing workflow control, and a nifty geographical navigation system which could rather easily be expanded.