"We’ve always defined ourselves... by the ability to overcome the impossible. And we count these moments, these moments when we dared to aim higher, to break barriers, to reach for the stars, to make the unknown known. We count these moments as our proudest achievements. But we lost all that. And perhaps we’ve just forgotten, that we are still pioneers, and we’ve barely begun. And that are greatest accomplishments cannot be behind us, and our destiny lies above us."Read More
Girish - Co-Founder & Executive Director – pepperSlate Innovation and Design & Director, UBD Innovation – Srishti Labs, Srishti School of Art, Design & Technology shares his insights on Designing for Global Markets and the next phase of Design Education.Read More
Mrinal a UX Strategist from HFI shares his insights on Persuasion Design, the PET principles, influencing decision making, the engineering degree with anthropology and ethnography subjects, and the city of Banaras.Read More
Sudhindra - The IxDA Asia Regional Coordinator & the Head of Experience Design at Sapient India talks about IxDA, the retro UX days, design education, current UX scene, and living in the old Bangalore in the very first IxDA Asia Podcast. Tune in and Subscribe.Read More
Windows Phone needs saving? "YES".
Even after the innovative Lumia's and the iconic HTC's and the ATIV's ... *uncomfortable pause* sorry not the ATIV. After all that amazing hardware, you're telling me it needs to be saved? - "This is exactly when Windows Phone really needs the saving bit".Read More
In many ways, the work of a critic is easy. We risk very little, yet enjoy a position over those who offer up their work and their selves to our judgment. We thrive on negative criticism, which is fun to write and to read. But the bitter truth we critics must face, is that in the grand scheme of things, the average piece of junk is probably more meaningful than our criticism designating it so.Read More
Every once a while comes an app, that manages to take an offline paradigm and convert it into something authentically digital. The app in review today is ‘Foldify’. If you are an iPad owner and have visited the app store recently you must have seen the app in the editor’s choice section. Does it really deserve to be there at a $1.99 price point? Lets find out.Read More
My boss recently sent me an article on how User Experience Designers are the new brand leaders. I couldn't agree more. Hence, I wrote this article highlighting the role of three of the most important people in the technology industry. Fortunately, they all happen to be User Experience Designers.Read More
"It was not until early 2010 that gamification started catching up as a mainstream digital strategy. In 2010, corporations spent $100 million on gamification, and this number is expected to rise to $2.8 billion by the end of 2016." Delve deeper to read about Gamification as a strategy for the next big thing in the digital space.Read More
After Ocsygen for Windows Phone I really wanted to extend the concept to Windows 8. I got the opportunity to design this concept at the Windows 8 App Fest conducted by Microsoft in Bangalore, which also happens to be a Guinness World record for most app developer participants at a single venue ever.Read More
Meet 'Ocsygen'. A Windows Phone app that brings you closer to the Internet.
I am a big news buff who owns a Windows Phone. If you’re like me then you probably already know the combination is that of a terrible one. The Windows Phone Marketplace sadly does not have a News app that fits the bill for me. So I decided to design my own app.Read More
Well, here goes my first post! I totally love carrying a sketchbook around to doodle stuff. It's something that I got hooked onto recently. I was really inspired by Sunni Browns Doodle Revolution and the Sketchbook Project. I've also read Dan Roams 'The Back of the Napkin' which I really liked.Read More