Xavier Barrade YG11

  • Current Location: London
  • Originally From: France

Xavier Barrade is a multidisciplinary creative from France living and working in London. Passionate about making things, he started to work as a graphic designer and guided by his love for simplicity, craft and technology went on creating art, illustrations, advertising, writing/directing films and creating websites and tech experiments. He is currently working for Google Creative Lab London where he creates projects that brings the magic of the latest technologies to the users. His work as been awarded at D&AD, Cannes Cyber Lions, One show interactive, FWA, SxSW, Webby awards and Art director's club amongst others.

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  • Project 1 of 3

    Jam with Chrome

    Jam with Chrome is a website where everybody can play music live online with their friends.

    Credits

    Google Creative Lab London - Creative Director: Steve Vranakis, Head of Strategy: Indy Saha, Lead Creative: Xavier Barrade, Head Of Production: Louise Tretheway, Marketing Manager: Emma Turpin, Producer: Alex De Castro, Creative Technologist: Joao Wilbert Tool - Interactive Director: Ben Tricklebank, Technical Director: Bartek Drozdz, Developer: Fred Chasen Dinahmoe - Creative Director: Johan Belin, Technical Director: Oskar Eriksson

  • Project 2 of 3

    Super Sync Sports

    Super Sync Sports is a Chrome Experiment that allows you to sync your mobile phone to your computer and use it as a game controller. Think of it as a mini triathlon for your hands : Run, Cycle or Swim your way to sporting stardom using the touchscreen on your mobile device. I initiated and prototyped the project and worked as lead creative across every aspect of the production within Google Creative Lab London in collaboration with

    Credits

    Agency : Google Creative Lab Production company : Weir+Wong Illustrator : Rami Niemi Animation studio : No Mint

  • Project 3 of 3

    Epic exquisite corpse

    Epic Exquisite Corpse is an online collaborative drawing inspired by the surrealist principle of exquisite corpse (also called "consequences" in the UK) where each contributor is given a space and adds to the whole artwork by starting his drawing from the edges of the existing ones. It's really easy to contribute, The visitor just has to click the draw button.

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