From an anti-aggression bracelet
In 2018 I started a project with one simple goal: find an ingenious way of answering women street aggressions. Our answer was a revolutionary bracelet that won 3 awards including the Dyson Award in 2019.
To a french start-up
After receiving great feedback from public and victims of aggressions, and followed by several industrial actors willing to help me, I decided to start my own start-up to launch this product. 8 months later, after an incredible adventure, I am now moving forward.
UX | UI DESIGN
APP & PRODUCT.
Discover the b-eve collaborative concept
I edited this video to showcase the last b-eve iteration concept. We went for a more collaborative approach, by using the community strength and support to offer a brand new security package to our customers.
70 seconds to explain b-eve
This quick speech was recorded during a live innovation start-up contest event.
The original Dyson video contest
I edited this 3min long video to explain everything about the EVE project that won the 1st Price at the James Dyson Award in 2019. It represents a year of work finally coming together in a well thought and polished presentation video.
The original design
This is the concept that won the Dyson Award. When I created the brand b-eve, I redesigned it and evolved some features to fit the target better.
Shake it to activate it
Once on your wrist, the device detects it allowing you to turn it on by shaking it 3 times.
Shout EVE to alert
The main activation trigger is your voice. Shout EVE to launch a 110dB alarm, record evidence and alert your relatives via a call and GPS location sharing.
A user-centered design
The design and ideation process was done in close collaboration with victims of aggression, women, and police forces. It allowed us to think differently and come up with radical efficient ideas.
A functional mock-up
Together with my partner, we built a functional prototype of the first EVE Dyson award-winning product. It worked with basic components managed by an Arduino.
1st National Dyson prize
We received 2 Awards for Best Innovative Project in North of France, as well as the 1st prize at the French Dyson Award Innovation contest.
With more than 1 million views of a Facebook interview, and several media coverage with a total of 6 million views, the EVE device received great feedbacks across France and many other countries (USA, Bresil...).
After being accepted in an Incubator program, I developed my start-up b-eve through contests, fairs, and meet-ups. My goal was to certify the technical feasibility of the bracelet as well as creating a financial strategy.
Safe travel b-eve App
When re-imagining the b-eve product, I developed a b-eve companion App. A social co-walking service and b-wear bracelet support were at the centre of it.
A dedicated corporate website
I designed and built a complete website dedicated to showcase our goals, philosophy and products.
French TV Dyson Award reportage
You will meet Mathilde Blondel and me in our engineering school, working on the EVE bracelet with our Product Design teacher Emmanuel Corbasson.
UTC school video interview
Here is a quick interview made by our Engineering School right after the Dyson prize.