In May: Facebook on mobile, Airpods are “a tragedy” & first Loop delivery

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“Fossil” (photo by J. Koebler, via Vice.com)

May has been an exciting month for me, you’ll soon know more… but it has also been a very stimulating one, with these 6 stories of content really worth a read, view & look.

From mobile strategy to responsible consumption and failed investing, here’s my May article digest. I hope you’ll enjoy it and wish you a great Ascension weekend! Continue reading →

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In March: Kit Kat in Japan, Google in India & Elsevier in California

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Photo by Spencer Lowell for The New York Times

This month has unfortunately been overshadowed by the passing our my former colleague John, fellow crowdsourcing researcher who worked on the theory of Crowd Capital, and with whom we have explored the geography of Crowd Capital. He was a funny, smart and inspiring individual; may he rest in peace… I’m also sharing a dozen of articles that I found worthwile reading, starting with this fabulous NYT piece about KitKat in Japan.

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In January: WeWork’s Vision, Two Leadership Books & The Loop Initiative

loopzerowasteplatformaxerexonadoveTo those who haven’t read last month’s/year’s digest, where I already shared my wishes, let me all wish you a Happy New Year 2019 (in France, you can do so until January 31st)! Just back from a couple of days ⛷️ 🎿🏂 in the mountains ❄️🏔️, here are the 6 most interesting things to get out of this first month of 2019. The Loop initiative, pictured here, is a personal favorite… please don’t let it be just a marketing stunt. Continue reading →

From September to November: Design at Société Générale, Doing the UX & the Bullshit Gap

machine-a-clic-levee-de-fondsIt’s been 3 months since my latest monthly blog post… 👼 Here are 9 articles I found most interesting in that time: some articles about working on website user experience, others more generally about marketing, entrepreneurship or strategy.
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In July: Sponsoring the Lakers, watching #TDF2018 while working & vaporware horseshit

Zoox Bloomberg Businessweek PrintIn July, we became FIFA World Champions and the Tour de France has provided us with 3 great, entertaining weeks of racing. In this post I share my 5 favorites articles of the month: why Wish sponsors the LA Lakers, how Dribble’s product team works, where Belgian striker Romelu Lukaku comes from, when Airbnb adopted storyboards and what “vaporware horseshit” product Zoox’s team is working on. Continue reading →

In May/June: Direct-to-Consumer Models, Agility At Scale & Teaching Alexa French

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Image via Inc.com

May & June have been busy months, and therefore I am combining my favorite reads of both months in this single blog post. Again, most articles discuss business strategy in web-driven environments (Warby Parker, Zalando…) but also some stories about user experience, culture or investing in the media.  Continue reading →

In April: @WSJ about Finance, @TakieDelaRu about Homelessness & @Sunweb’s Indefinite Sponsorship

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Photo by Tim De Waele, via Cyclingnews.com

Today, Tom Dumoulin rolled into Pink at the Giro d’Italia (held in Jerusalem!). I know, this is May, not April… but I mention this because one of my favorite pieces of news in April is about Sunweb’s sponsorship engagement. His team has signed an unprecedented new agreement with its title sponsor, which will back the team on an indefinite basis. Other cool articles are about artificial intelligence, the evolution of finance in the last 10 years… or a very moving Russian animation about homeless people.

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