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Designing ease of use – is complex.

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Intactile DESIGN elaborates and realizes digital interfaces
taking into account the position of the user. For this, we practice a design methodology where creativity and innovation express themselves in collective intelligence.

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A font labelised in the french “Observeur du Design”!

Photo - A font labelised in the french “Observeur du Design”!

The B612 typeface, designed for Airbus by Intactile, with ÉNAC in order to improve the lisibility of pilot-system interfaces for future aircraft, has been awarded the Design Observeur’s Label. It now competes to receive a Star of Design in December 2017. Find the 587 signs, multi-alphabets, symbols and pictograms, from December 5th at the exhibition helding in the Center Pompidou, Paris.

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VÉgA is multiplying!

Photo - VÉgA is multiplying!

Try our new tactile app designed with Egyptologists ! In the context of the exhibition School of scribes : scripture of Ancient Egypt, the Henri Prades museum gives an important place to the digital dictionary VÉgA. The opportunity to try the new application for visitors, that promotes the Egyptologists's translation work.

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Methodology

Integrating design in the early sessions of conception avoids reducing its effect to a final surface treatment and allows it to be really creative.

Our method is based on the idea that the opening out and the blending of business cultures are potential participatory design sessions. Creativity is born of dialogue between the different stakeholders: the business expert, the engineer, the marketer, the designer and, of course, the user. For the user is obviously at the centre of the design process. Questioning should revolve around user context and user issues.

The designer designs "with". Assembling a team of actors around a table offers a rich potential for creativity, essential for good co-design. The designer becomes a mediator between several disciplines. In turn, he listens, provokes discussion and synthesizes ideas, points out inconsistencies and puts forward design ideas.

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