A visual designer with international experience and a transcultural vision, Julie Margot's work is distinguished for its frequent leveraging of multidisciplinary collaboration. This broader and more inclusive approach has produced functional and coherent solutions that integrate into their environment with aesthetics, wit and intelligence.
Julie Margot excels in organizing complex information into coherent visual strategies for signage and wayfinding systems, visual identity programs, environmental graphics and interaction design.
Prior to establishing her own practice in Montréal, Julie Margot worked as an art director for award winning design firms in Minneapolis, Paris and Montréal. In Paris, Julie fine-tuned her expertise creating and implementing complex identity systems with leading european design agencies Dragon Rouge and Minale Design Strategy for principle clients Renault, Volvo, La Poste, Axa, Nestlé, EADS (Airbus Group), and Bank Brussel Lambert. She also acquired an appetite for the gourmet while working on the Lenôtre identity, Le Cordon Bleu communications and an important redesign of the Cartier diary products.
Signage and wayfinding