Eliane Fiolet

Eliane-fioletEliane Fiolet is the co-founder and editor of Ubergizmo.com where she writes about web applications, design and usability.

In her parallel life, she owns a Corporate ID design business that helps companies create great brands.

Prior to opening her own agency, Eliane worked for a top design firm, Minale Tattersfield Design Strategy, where she created identities for Fortune 500 companies.

She also worked in the video game industry as a designer for an award-winning adventure game. Eliane holds a master degree in visual communication and design from the “Art Decoratifs” college and she majored in mathematics and physics in high school.

Launched in September 2004, Ubergizmo has quickly become one of the top consumer electronics blogs in the US and in the world. Among other things, the site is a Webby Award Honoree, has been ranked as a Top100 Blog by PC Magazine and Technorati, and is media partner with DEMO and Web 2.0.

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Recent stories this author

Ford New Silicon Valley R&D Center: Self-Driving Cars, And More

01/22/2015, Ford is no stranger to Silicon Valley, where it has an office since 2012, but with the opening of a new R&D center dedicated to autonomous vehicles, mobility and connectivity, the car maker is placing it near (<3 miles) the Stanford University with...

Hands-On: DEVIALET Phantom Review

01/06/2015, In December, ultra-high-end brand DEVIALET decided to announce Phantom, a very powerful, yet ultra-compact speaker that brings ultra-premium quality sound at a price that consumers can reach. Roughly speaking, we are talking about sound quality that would...

BeoPlay H8 on-ear headphones from B&O PLAY

01/06/2015, Bang & Olufsen is introducing the BeoPlay H8 on-ear headphones, a product from its B&O PLAY brand. Users can control to the new headphones with an intuitive touch interface on the aluminum clad ear cup. By tapping and swiping, you can answer...

BeoSound Moment, Smart Music System Match Your Mood

01/06/2015, Bang & Olufsen is coming to CES with BeoSound Moment, an intelligent wireless music system that can play audio files and connect to online music services. The company claims that Beosound Moment is the world’s first touch-sensitive wood interface....

Grush Gaming Toothbrush for Kids

01/06/2015, I saw the Grush gaming toothbrush a few months ago when it was an early stage prototype, and I am happy to see it launching at CES. The main gaol of Grsuh is to make the brushing a fun experience rather than a chore. Most kids hate brushing their teeth...

Kolibree Connected Electrical Toothbrush with 3D Motion Sensors

01/06/2015, Kolibree made quite an impression last year at CES when the company showed its connected electrical toothbrush prototype. Today, Kolibree is a product ready to ship and we can see how the real time feedback works on the paired smartphone or tablet....

Samsung SUHD Smart TV Lineup

01/05/2015, CES is always about bigger, crispier and smarter screens and since 3D has been long gone, manufacturers need to rely on higher resolution, fancy form factors (curved) and next generation software to convince consumers to buy new TVs on a regular basis. So...

Magellan Echo Fit Smartwatch

01/05/2015, This year at CES we will see zillions new smart watches and wearables, so Magellan, a historical GPS maker could not resist the trend. We have not seen the device for real yet, but so far it looks good on the paper. What sets the Echo Fit apart other...

Netatmo Welcome Camera

01/04/2015, Following in the footsteps of competitors Withings and Dropcam, Netatmo is launching Welcome at CES 2015, a smart home camera featuring face recognition. The surveillance device learns to recognize family members and is able to send their names to the...

Haier Modular TV, the First Evolving TV

01/04/2015, As Google is developing its evolving smartphone project, Haier aims at doing the same for the TV. The manufacturer is presenting an innovative and unique concept that will allow users to decide what they want to do with their TV. How does it work? By...