It’s been a long struggle for me to find a business identity I was happy with. I’ve been searching, sketching, drawing, sweating and swearing for months. And then finally I found it.
Here’s how I came up with the logo and the name ‘Bytes & Pixels’, which perfectly reflects my job.
It’s no secret that I’m a perfectionist, to the point that I prefer having nothing rather than something I’m half satisfied with. And that brought me many difficulties for finding my business identity. I was never happy with anything, there was always a detail that ruined the whole concept.
The “Journées Wallonnes de l’Eau” (“Water Day in Wallonia”) take place on a weekend in February.
For the third year, I did the slicing and HTML coding of their website. I had to allow the fully graphic layout created by Olagil to be properly indexed by search engine. Being an institutional website, it also had to be accessible and usable to everyone, including people browsing with old browsers and without CSS.
Phyllis Boujo is a dedicated woman. The European Beauty Institute
We searched together what would best describe her activity and
Since a lot of her clients are international, her website had to be available in English as well as French.