Lead UI Designer of Lollypop, Sathish Natarajan, highlights shifting trends of UI design and how it is making more suitable clients.
Acclaimed Illustrator, Nasheet Shadani, employs his experience and know-how in the field of advertising to inform us about the constantly transforming nature of the field; the factors influencing these changes, and the effects of this going advancement.
Concept Artist, Sahil Trivedi, shares his process of adding various layers to his work, and balancing the colour palette and light, to produce an effective and impactful design. He feels connecting to work in a steady and gradual process which helps optimise the final outcome.
Designer, Ranganath Krishnamani, banks on the nostalgic thoughts of rushing out onto the street upon the arrival of assorted carts and their owners who were frequent on the busy streets of Bangalore.
Sagar Gajjar an IT engineer who always wanted to be a designer, learned his skills from the Google and YouTube. With his experimental nature turn himself from a techie to a confident artist who plays with lines and contours.
Freelance UX designer, Arun Pattnaik advocates that your brand can either have good or a bad UX but ‘no UX’ is impossible. A well thought out user experience can create multifold value for any brand. He explains, why we should not ignore the finer details
Mimicking nature is no small task, especially when it involves a moody and constantly swinging factor such as the weather. Yet, watercolour artist from Pondicherry, Nadees Prabou, attempts to bring to life nature’s aspects in the most realistic representations possible, through his watercolour paintings of
How does one express forms that cannot be seen by the naked eye; heard by the ear, or even felt by touch through visuals? That process is what visionary digital artist Aashit Singh, takes us through, as he explains the various aspects that go into