- Born in Geneva, Switzerland
- Photographer for Documentation Photographique de Genève
- Graphic Design Diploma at SFG/School of Design Basel, Basel (CH)
- Collaboration with/freelance work for Müller+Hess
- Commission projects for/with Dalton+Maag in London (UK)
- Collaboration with Tschumi+Küng
- Engagement at Tamedia for the redesign of "Das Magazin" with Müller+Hess
- Foundation of The Remingtons with Jonas Voegeli
- Teaching at ECAL/University of Art and Design, in Lausanne (CH)
- Foundation of Ludovic Balland Typography Cabinet
- Competition winner for the poster and program design of the Stadtkino Basel
- Design of all the visual communication for the 5th Berlin Biennial for Contemporary Art
- Design of the new visual identity for the Museum of Modern Art, in Warsaw
- Design of the architecture monograph for Meili and Peter and Herzog & de Meuron
- Concept and book design for the serial architecture exhibitions ABC Teaching Architecture
- Design of "Belgrade Formal Informal" for the ETH-studio Basel
- Design of the books: "Barents Lessons", "Typology" and "Buchner Bründler Buildings"
- Received the Swiss Federal Design Award for "Warsaw Under Construction"
- Redesign of the Theater Basel visual identity and associated visual communication: including posters, seasonal brochures and the website
- Design of the visual identity for Swiss Art Awards, Basel including the exhibition and catalogue design
- Design of the books: "Eva Afuhs. Windwürfel" and "Swiss Lessons"
- Redesign of the Basel-based Newspaper "Tages Woche"
Ludovic Balland is a regular instructor (of the Master- and Bachelor-levels) at the ECAL/University of Art and Design, in Lausanne (CH)
He has held several workshops across Europe and the USA, including at:
- California Institute of the Arts (CalArts), Valencia (US)
- Swiss Institute, Milano, (IT)
- University of the Arts, Bremen, (DE)
- University of the Arts, Berlin, (DE)
- University of the Arts, Zürich (CH)
- Éracom (École Romande d'Arts et Communication/Romande School of Arts and Communication), Lausanne (CH)