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

Even Earphones Tuned to Your Audio Profile

06/28/2016, Bringing more value to wearable technology is the key to making next-generation products more attractive. There are tons of great headphones and earphones out there, and this product category has not seen a lot of innovations in the past decades, except...

Samsung Gear IconX Wireless Smart Earbuds

06/02/2016, The rumor mill was very active the past few days, around Samsung’s new wearable devices, that includes the long awaited Gear Fit 2 that features a curved Super AMOLED display. Following the trend in wearable, Samsung is launching the Gear IconX, smart...

Samsung Gear Fit2 Fitness Band with GPS

06/02/2016, It is great to see Samsung coming up with a new model of the Gear Fit, one of the most advanced fitness band at the time of its launch at MWC 2014 in Barcelona. The key feature of the Gear Fit was its gorgeous curved display, that made the device a hybrid...

Melomind Brainwave Reader  Audio Headset Teaches You To Relax

04/29/2016, We have been following melomind, a very unique gadget, since its first apparition at CES 2015, and since then, the product design is a lot better,  (at CES 2016). As for the technology we did not try it, so we will report from the specifications provided...

Alcatel Onetouch Season 2 Startup Accelerator: Final Call

03/01/2016, For the second year, the Alcatel Onetouch Innovation Accelerator (a 6-month program) will open a partnership opportunity to startups that seek a go-to-market opportunity with a firmly established handset maker which has access to a host of international...

Epson Moverio BT-300 Smart Glasses with Augmented Reality

02/22/2016, Smart glasses are hot again, but not for the consumer market, and we are all waiting for Google Glass to show up again for the enterprise segment, where HUD and AR glasses will bring the best value to the user experience. Intel is coming full force in...

Samsung Gear 360 Camera

02/21/2016, VR (virtual reality) headsets are the latest hot trend in wearable tech, and Samsung is at its second iteration with the Gear VR (name?). As a result, we saw many 360 cameras at CES last month, so now people can easily make their own 360 degrees movies to...

LG 360 VR and LG 360 CAM

02/21/2016, LG is coming to MWC 2016 with a suite of innovative accessories for its LG G5 smartphone. VR headsets are trendy nowadays, however, they are bulky and not very practical to wear while commuting or in the plane.

VISA Launches Developer Platform

02/04/2016, VISA has made a major move this morning by opening its platform via a set of APIs (Application Programing Interface). The company says that this is a global launch that aims at offering third party companies an easy way to interface their payment systems...

Ubergizmo’s Best of CES 2016

01/11/2016, And it’s a wrap! CES 2016 is over. The 49th CES has brought more attendees and attention than ever. With 170k attendees (50k from abroad) and 6000 journalists and analysts, this was the largest CES ever. It is simply impossible to see everything, but we...