24 Images App

Branding of an Ipad app

Founded in 1979, 24 Images magazine has established itself as an indispensable player in the Quebec film scene. Over the years, it has helped to discover filmmakers unknown to the general public, either because they were their first films, or because of the singularity of their approach. In 2016, they decided to develop an  application (iPad and Android) that offers the choice of support to readers by taking advantage of the navigation and content of these new tools.

Our role was to work with their developper on a minimalist design concept with ease-of-use in mind. I was tasked to design a variety of sections based on their magazine structure. After countless iterations and design improvements we finally created an app that was adapted for their content while refreshing their brand.


Client : Revue 24 images
Studio : Ottoblix
Art Direction & Design : Anaïs Favier & Farah Allegue
Chargée de projet : Cendra François Percy
Direction de studio : Galilé Marion-Gauvin
Plateforme de publication : Productions Version 10
Programmation IOS : Florent Vilmart
Programmation Androïd : Simon Guerout

Vidéo : Olivier Bussière
Supported by the Canada Council for the Arts and the Canadian Magazine Fund (CMF – Commercial Innovation Component)