Jean-Lou Renoux

Jean-Lou Renoux

Design Director in Los Angeles 🌴


Hands-on Design Director with a focus on crafting meaningful, memorable brand systems, innovative experiences, and digital products.



Brand identity and visual system for Google Stadia, a cloud-based gaming service.


Redesign of Converse’s e-commerce platform, implemented across 26 countries.

Work Experience

2022 — Now
Los Angeles, USA

Responsible for leading, managing, and growing a team of multidisciplinary designers at Carvana, the fastest-growing online used car retailer in the US. Developed and implemented a new look and feel for the brand with an impact across marketing, retail, social media, and product touchpoints, working closely with various leaders from Brand and Product Management to C-suite executives. Managed and pushed the design quality throughout all stages of multiple large projects and initiatives.

2019 — 2022
Los Angeles, USA

Responsible for infusing design thinking and methodology into the design team's work. Helped lead and shape the department alongside the Head of Design. Established and implemented a Visual Identity System for Taco Bell across IRL, social, and digital touchpoints.

2018 — 2019
Los Angeles, USA

Co-led the branding and visual identity work for the launch of Google Stadia, a new cloud-based gaming service, in partnership with Google and Google Creative Lab. Responsible for crafting design solutions across multiple projects and clients.

2015 — 2018
New York, USA

Part of the team responsible for successfully implementing a site-wide redesign for Converse's global site that better aligns with the brand's vision. Worked on various digital experiences and campaigns for Nike, Jordan, and Converse.

2014 — 2015
New York, USA

Part of a team responsible for building digital experiences for FinTech clients at R/GA. Worked on various projects for Samsung, Goldman Sachs, Michael Kors, Volvo, Google, and YouTube. Responsible for leading the design of the digital experience for the Ad Council's campaign "Love Has No Labels".

2013 — 2014
Toronto, Canada

Designed responsive websites and mobile applications for clients such as Rogers, Toronto Star, Toronto Public Library, Genuine Health, HomeStars, and Boots & Hearts. Worked on digital and traditional creative, branding, and printed assets.

2011 — 2013
Toronto, Canada

Worked on digital, social, and traditional creative for clients such as McDonald’s, Johnson & Johnson, Canadian Tire, Korres, Reactine, and Band-Aid.

2011 — 2011
Designer at Pubble-Gum
Poitiers, France

Crafted visual identities and websites for small businesses. Responsible for designing and developing a new portfolio site for the agency.

2009 — 2011
Junior Designer at Agence Fauve
Poitiers, France

Designed a range of websites, Flash animations, and user interfaces for small to medium-sized businesses. Helped with front-end development tasks. Responsible for designing magazines, posters, business cards, invitation cards, and other print ads.


2009 — 2011
Toulon, France

Master of Design with a major in Graphic and Interactive Design: Graphic Design, Interactive Design, Animation, Interior and Product Design, and Marketing.

Titre de Concepteur / Designer, spécialité Design Graphique et Multimédia
Aujourd'hui: Kedge Design School

2008 — 2009
Bordeaux, France

Upgrading Course in Applied Arts and Design: drawing techniques, sketching techniques, art history, graphic design, art direction, and visual communication.

Prépa Arts appliqués et Design (MANAA)
Aujourd'hui: LISAA Bordeaux

2006 — 2008
Angoulême, France

Bachelor of Technology in Graphic and Interactive Design, Marketing, Programming, and Audiovisual.

DUT Services et Réseaux de Communication
Aujourd'hui: BUT MMI

2003 — 2006
High School Diploma at Lycée Louis Armand
Poitiers, France

French High School diploma with a major in Engineering Sciences.

Baccalauréat Scientifique / Sciences de l'Ingénieur