Jérémie Fontana

Designer ⊹ Activist ⊹ Cook ⊹ DJ ⊹ Rider ⊹ Hacker
(not necessarily in this order)


My name is Jérémie.

I am a French designer living in Lausanne, Switzerland.

For 20 years, I've been collecting experiences in different digital, advertising and media agencies, working for brands and as a freelance designer.

And now, I'm working as Senior Designer and Privacy Advocate at Liip, a progressive UX and agile agency in Lausanne. I'm proud to work on great projects for great clients, at the crossover of design and privacy.

I am the co-founder and core team member of CreativeMornings Geneva, monthly events gathering creative thinkers in Switzerland. I've also helped to organize UXRomandie, the IxDA local chapter, and co-founded UX Lausanne, the biggest conference about user experience in the country.
And before that, I've been the French ambassador of the Behance creative network and I've organized the Behance Portfolio Reviews in Geneva.

From time to time, I host Hackstock, a podcast about privacy and the hacker culture, and I also used to talk on The Walking Web, the first French podcast about web design and creativity.

Finally, I focus more and more on the climate crisis and sustainability.
I became the Coordinator for Western Switzerland of Protect Our Winters Switzerland where I work mainly on advocacy and public speaking.

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