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UX/UI training project

July 2020–7 days

Role: UX-UI Designer

Tools: Mural, Sketch, Marvel

Founded in 2009, Vestiaire Collective is the leader in the resale of luxury and designer items. Every week, sellers around the world upload 25.000 new items, enabling buyers to search over 3.500 pieces per day.
I chose to add a feature on its app because I have a great interest in the circular fashion* business.

Teaser I was lucky enough to submit this Bootcamp project to the Product Design team at Vestiaire Collective and gathered their valuable feedback, keep reading.


Competitive analysis in France

Offering high-end fashion, designer brands, unique vintage for the fashion elite who knows about the trends and the latest up-and-coming designers, Vestiaire Collective is the only platform that offers an authentication service among its competitors. …

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UX/UI Challenge: event micro-site

August 2020 -7 days

With: Sahar Mohammadi (remote team)

Tools: Figma, diagram, Mural

Fashion Revolution is a global movement founded on April 24, 2013, the day of the Rana Plaza disaster in Bangladesh.
Each year, each of the 89 member countries holds a week of presentations and workshops with designers and brands to raise awareness of their vision:

“We love fashion. But we don’t want our clothes to exploit people or destroy our planet.”

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credits: Fashion Revolution Berlin

The goal of the project is to create a micro-site for the annual event in France.

The defined deliverables are a high-fidelity version prototype and a responsive desktop homepage all in english. We designed mobile-first as users often check event’s information on-the-go. (Disclaimer : this is a side-project and not official client…

A case study on improving Franprix’s grocery e-shopping experience

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Our challenge was to improve the experience of an online grocery shopping website. In those days of covid-19 lockdown, more people started to order their groceries online. We took this collateral effect and turned it into an opportunity to improve their experience by identifying a common pain point and then, creating a feature to solve it.

I worked with Julia Lacerenza and Octavia Kawase, 2 very smart designers with very different characters: Octavia is calm and focused, Julia is very rigorous and open-minded. …


Studio Mai Paris

UX & UI Design stories from Linda Mai Phung, digital and sustainable fashion designer living in Paris.

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