Philippe Caron

Designer and web developer

Philippe is a thinker. He loves typography, colour, and things that are well done. For Philippe, design is an art to be practiced slowly, with good friends, patience and attention to detail.

Philippe is currently an interaction designer at the Canadian digital service. For over a year, he worked to design the COVID Alert app for Canada. During this adventure, the Service and Philippe explored how inclusive design practices relate to good user experiences. Now, Philippe continues working for the Service on what it means to build a governemnt as a platform.

A guy removes a fork shaped helmet from his head

Self-portrait

Open book, showing the first spread of a chapter. On the left page, a monochrome photograph is printed full page.

Page from the book Julien Hébert, fondateur du design moderne au Québec


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Graphical composition for the letter D in orange. The letter D is built using modular blocks and spans across a gradient from yellow to orange.

Poster for DNA, the future life of objects exhibition


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Maple leaf in a bright red octagon, circled by small gray triangles pointing inwards, in a white rounded square shape.

COVID Alert app icon

Cyberœuvre & musée


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