photo by me - building in tokyo, japan - november 2019
photo by me - building in tokyo, japan - november 2019

Louis Amiot is a freelance creative developer based in

I'm an award-winning web maker, whose focus is on creating experiences worth looking at. Working with industry leaders such as Google or Disney as well as smaller players all over the world for the past five years, I devote myself to creating sleek websites with focal point on interactivity, clean-cut animations, accessibility.

My interests lie in generative design, photography, kinetic type, social good, and sustainibility. Having myself an artistic mind, I work well alongside creative teams of all sizes on imaginative and complex projects.

To learn more about my skills and stack, please checkout my LinkedIn. I'm happy to send a resume upon request. Also make sure to check out my lab page where I experiment with code.

photo by me - vitra design museum - december 2019
Selected Projects

LAS Art Foundation

clean editorial website affirming Berlin-based art foundation's new identity based on a concept of resizeable frames

At Home

an editorial project highlighting pandemic, quarantine, and protest experiences of creatives from around the world

Berlin Makers Club

a bilingual twirly ꩜ site for a creatives meetup I co-host every month in Berlin (come say hi!)

PCH Innovations

organic and minimal website for an innovative company

Jigsaw/The Current

online magazine talking about topics like disinformation, white supremacy or online toxicity

Hello from Here

a location-based kinetic typography poster generator and global gallery of generative arts to announce a new office

Rooms Hotel

a website made for Georgia's first design hotels, with a strong use of stunning imagery and a typeface with character


generative illustrations for research publications

Maison Gainsbourg

In collaboration with AREA17, I contributed to the development of a website with a sleek design inspired by the typography of a typewriter to bring to life the upcoming museum dedicated to the French legend Serge Gainsbourg.

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