Bagot wasn’t always gearing himself towards this line of work. He started off by studying a degree in mathematics, but ended up doing a graphic design degree at ESAG Penninghen in Paris for five years. Towards the end of his graphic design studies, he began to experiment with code and generative web apps. Not only did it feel new and powerful, it helped to distinguish him from the other students by freeing him from the usual design tools.
It was only at the end of his graphic design studies that he dived into learning the technical ins and outs, and through this he “discovered all the possibilities of these tools for creating new interfaces and imagining algorithmic concepts.”
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Digital designer and coder Tristan Bagot creates digital platforms that are both engaging and memorable. He talks about his recent projects and the benefits of sitting across both design and development

Top: Design and code for Alexandre Cadain by HTTB.EU. Above: Art direction, identity and code for production company Diplomats by HTTB.EU