Hi, I’m Raphaëlle

I’m a freelance communications designer

I’m a freelance communications designer who specialises in helping to transform user experiences based on the right outcomes. Having originally studied Architecture, I have a passion for exploring the ways we interact with space both online and offline. I’m a half british, half french born Londoner. I’ve lived and travelled across America, Asia and Europe and grew up in an art gallery.

I’ve previously worked with a number of high growth startups, including my own, and in one of the world’s best technology teams, Government Digital Service to help them launch and grow their user base. I’m also a social media marketer, an entrepreneur, a blogger and a bit of a geek, especially when it comes to data.

I believe in building products and services that people love. I’m passionate about services that make a real difference to the lives of the people around us.

I’m available for hire on a freelance basis. (Or, you never know, for the right role you I might consider stepping back into something permanent).

“I won’t be surprised if Raphaelle becomes soon a “trend-maker” herself, I really believe she will be among the industry leaders in the near future.” Christian Alves, Product Manager


Want to work with me?

Here’s a bit of what I’ve been up to

I’ve gone from running my own business ArtSpotter, to supporting a fast growing ecommerce app Depop, to working in government at Government Digital Service.

I’ve got experience in:

  • Digital & content strategy
  • Communications planning
  • Product development
  • Brand positioning

So, how can I help you? Let’s chat.


Government Digital Service


Institute for Apprenticeships

Setting out the digital engagement strategy to support delivering great public services.

Leading on community development and communications activity as part of the new digital transformation programme.

Outlining guidelines for engagement across the organisation to increase employer inolvement.


Here’s some things I’ve written

I occasionally put my thoughts down on my blog


I’m usually online so get in touch: