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Hi there 👋

I am a co-founder and Chief Innovation Officer at Clever Age. I help companies design the right technical architecture to cover their digital needs, with the best possible choice of technologies and solutions.

Drawing on over 20 years of experience (I wrote my first HTML page in 1996), I advocate a pragmatic use of standard Web technologies, defining and applying good technical and methodological practices: progressive enhancement, accessibility, web performance, Responsive Web Design, Progressive Web Apps, etc.

I run numerous seminars and practical training sessions, and give talks at conferences, to pass on my knowledge.

I am located in Paris, France, but some assignments for international clients take me to other countries and even other continents.

Current pet projects include:

Latest blog posts


  1. pack11ty Public template

    An heavily opinionated Eleventy template project with Sass

    JavaScript 137 9

  2. Gremlins tracker for Visual Studio Code: reveals invisible whitespace and other annoying characters

    JavaScript 109 18

  3. Global solution for responsive images, transforming simple image HTML syntax into better responsive images syntax.

    JavaScript 46 7

  4. The personal website/blog from Nicolas Hoizey, built with

    JavaScript 70 22

  5. 1y Public template

    A template project to build a short URL manager with Eleventy

    Nunjucks 61 5

  6. Jekyll plugin adding a Liquid tag for Cloudinary, for better responsive images

    Ruby 84 16

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