Stéphanie Rey

ICM creation methodology

BL.Optim, a better visualization for a better organization

Scheduling staff interventions can easily become a hard work with all the constraints to consider (working time, required skills, localization…). So our team worked on an optimized engine which generates a relevant schedule according to the constraints and standards added by the user (see the corresponding articles for Carl Source or BL.Domicile). But we wondered: …

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Let's Learn Event

Let’s Learn BL conference

Tuesday 16th of November, Dr. Stephanie Rey will speak about graphical semiotics at Berger-Levrault’s internal event. Stephanie will show communication ways to present data, informations, knowledges without using words or texts. The event starts at 1.15 pm. Dr. Stephanie joined Berger-Levrault in 2017 for her thesis after working several years in UX design. Her thesis …

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Management workflow illustration

Using an interactive information visualization to improve administrative management workflows

The time spent processing administrative requests has an impact on citizen satisfaction. Improving administrative workflows is therefore an important objective for town halls. A workflow is made of a starting point, several parallel or sequential process steps (containing one to several actions, and a theoretical completion time) and decision points (Figure 1) to be processed …

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Personalized Visits to Foster Engagement and Revisit in Museums

Context With the growing competition of entertainment industry, museums are facing new challenges. They must reach a wider audience, build local visitors’ loyalty and tailor their content to the diversity of this public. Relying on temporary exhibitions or guided tours is too expensive for small museums which makes it hard for them to diversify the …

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