Hello, I'm

Hugo COLLIN!

💻 I am a creative developer based in France, passionate by design, knowledge management and writing!

Hugo COLLIN

Web Developer

  • Mockups: Balsamiq Wireframes, Figma
  • Websites building: Astro, VueJS 3
  • Websites deployment: OVHcloud & Vercel
  • Plugins: Browsers (WebExtensions API), Obsidian.md app (Obsidian API)
  • Code management: Git & GitHub
  • Analytics: Abla Analytics & Google Search Console

Content Creator

  • Socials: LinkedIn, YouTube
  • Editing: CapCut, DaVinci Resolve, Audacity
  • Design: Canva

Knowledge Manager

  • Chatbots: Phind, Perplexity
  • Second Brain: Obsidian + plugins

Selected Work

Take a look below at some of my featured work from the past few years:

Experience

  • LORIA

    Analyst-developer intern

    feb. - apr. 2023 (10 weeks)

    I developed the interface of the GramEx web application, an educational tool to improve the teaching of French grammar.

  • Hug journal - Independant

    Blogger

    2013 - 2019 (6 years)

    My personal blog during my childhood and teenage years. I wrote about my passions and my experiences.

  • Le Cnam en Grand Est

    Middle school intern

    dec. 2017 (1 week)

    My first internship, I discovered the world of work and the Cnam.

  • Maurice Barrès middle school

    Radio broadcaster

    sept. 2017 - jun. 2018 (1 year)

    I was a student radio broadcaster for the school radio. I participated in creating the radio and made several radio shows.

Learning

2021 - 2024

IUT Nancy-Charlemagne

IT Bachelor's Degree - Software Engineering

2018 - 2021

Lycée Pierre Mendès France - Epinal

General Baccalaureate - Mathematics, Engineering, Computer Science

Recommendations

I supervised Hugo’s 2nd year IT Bachelor internship. On this occasion, I was able to observe his high level of professionalism.

He has been autonomous, pro-active, able to learn new technologies [...], communicate effectively on his work, collaborate with other members of the project and propose relevant techniques and tools to the tasks to be performed.

Yannick Parmentier, Associate Professor in Computer Science at Université de Lorraine (Translated from French)