On March 1st 2014, 26 students from UQAM's Bachelor of Interactive Media Program took over Place Pasteur and the tower of the old church of Saint-Jacques as part of the Nuit Blanche "Montreal en Lumiere 2014". After 8 months of demanding collaborative work, that night, we presented Coro; an interactive theatrical installation allowing thounsands of participants to be transported to the visual and aural world of Commedia dell'arte.
As my main contribution for the project, amongst other given tasks, I was in charge of developing, updating and maintaining Coro's official website from the ground up. Alongside its conception, as other creative teams of students were producing digital content for promotional purposes, I was given the mission of integrating said content onto the website, while building its architecture. From the inception to the publication phase of Coro's website, I was applying rigorous quality control over every media file (graphical element, picture, video, etc.) that was produced, to ensure Web browser capacity and compatibility. http://projetcoro.com/