Sagar Gajjar an IT engineer who always wanted to be a designer, learned his skills from the Google and YouTube. His experimental nature turn him from a techie to a confident artist who plays with lines and contours.
We are already into an age where sketching on a paper or a tablet make no difference. A brush or stylus holds an equal importance. As long as the purpose is addressed, it doesn’t matter which medium or tools you use. Living in the best of both worlds, this techie is set to experiment and engineer each art technique one after another!
As the whole creative industry is moving digital, the future of art will be highly entangled if not aligned with technology and trends.
Creative industry is one of the few where the competition is still not that fierce, which give us the freedom to experiment and find our own paths of progress.
Published in Issue 36
Every year brings a lot of hope and promises. With a New Year resolutions list (which might be lost by now) and hope of everything will change for good we all welcomed 2017. This issue explored, how these changes will affect our businesses and how we can be prepared for the growth predicted by the experts. The Wise Advice section includes pieces of advice on the web, mobile apps, user interface and user experience from well-known industry experts. Arun Pattnaik, a self-learned UX & UI expert also highlighted the importance of user experience in the process of building a strong brand. This issue gives you hint about tends to keep an eye on and how to be ready for it! So not just for the business owners but also for upcoming creative entrepreneurs this one is a must read!
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