My name is Roxanne,
freelance graphic designer based in Berlin.
In 2011, I completed my graphic design education at the École Romande d’Arts et de Communication of Lausanne. I did an internship at Piscatello Design Centre in New York, and collaborated with the collective El Fantasma de Heredia in Buenos Aires, which is very involved in social justice projects.
As of 2013, I moved to Berlin, from where I worked for Helvetiq, a publisher specializing in educational books and games. In 2014, eager to be independant, I started freelancing, taking my computer in my backpack from time to time. Over the years, I turned to web development, and built a close collaboration with my friend Wies (Fuut).
In 2019, sitted at the Atomic Café in Montreal, I started to reshape my service to reflect my values, to design and develop a web committed against discrimination. Since then, I have been gaining more and more skills, in web accessibility and in WordPress theme and interface development.
Recently, I collaborated with Bøwie Gender Projects Incubator(open a new tab), home of queer & feminist creators, for an online lecture and workshop on web accessibility.
My network expends between Berlin, Lausanne and Montreal.