The company is founded by Paul Lebrun.
Production of the first computerised execution document.
The company moves to Sophia Antipolis..
Ideogram Design takes advantage of the Internet shift and multiple technological developments to expand its field of expertise.
The company merges with In Folio, and Ideogram Design extends its range of services to include publishing and printing/ of all types of document.
The agency begins developing CaMykS, a CMS tailored to the specific needs of its customers, in order to improve its Internet offering and diversify.
The company publishes its first website using the CaMykS CMS.
Jean-Baptiste Lebrun becomes the company's managing director.
Ideogram Design begins to work on creating mobile applications.
Ideogram Design develops, in partnership with Ultimasoft, a complete click'n'collect website management solution, connected to a UPOS cash register.
Ideogram Design invests in a high-performance plotter for in-house production of posters on paper and fabric, as well as roll-ups and x-banners.
During the COVID-19 crisis, Ideogram Design launches the creation of a tool for dematerialising restaurant menus.
Ideogram Design continues to invest in the large format sector, integrating a lamination machine and an electric cutter.
Ideogram Design celebrates its 40th anniversary.