• Short Post, Found Content: Tom Kelley deconstructs Design Thinking Fail often so you can succeed sooner. – Tom Kelley While in this World all and sundry are touting design thinking, while I have started to get uncomfortable with the term as much as I am uncomfortable with ‘innovation’, there are a few who can pragmatically break it down for us. Tom Kelley, a pioneer and […]
  • Thirst-day Exhibit 06: William Klein We need to put the thirst back in design professionals to be aware, appreciative and understand art. So my Thursday posts are going to be about the artists who inspired me. Now, to photography as an art form. I don’t roam around with a camera and never did. I took pictures in spurts, for my […]
  • Thirst-day Exhibit 05: Dadaism We need to put the thirst back in design professionals to be aware, appreciative and understand art. So my Thursday posts are going to be about the artists who inspired me. This post is about an art movement that disrupted art. It was 1916. The First World War was over and it had left Europe […]
  • You are in it: Immersive Entertainment Now ‘Life is experience, Story is structure’ Says Jan Pinkava, writer, and co-director of Pixar’s Ratatouille. The new world of theater is trying to merge immersive entertainment and narrative. What can we learn? I read that we as a society are eager now than ever to isolate or ‘wall garden’ ourselves into engagements or entertainments, away […]
  • Thirst-day Exhibit 04: Federico Fellini We need to put the thirst back in design professionals to be aware, appreciative and understand art. So my Thursday posts are going to be about the artists who inspired me. Today it is Cinema as an artform. Religion, fantasy, baroque, renaissance art references, irreverence and deep satire when blended well makes this master’s cinema. […]
  • Brand New Belief New businesses and tech startups are slowly waking up to the idea of their internal and external brand helping their businesses grow. They now know it is the sticky glue that makes employees and customers belong to this unsaid faith called brand. But most of you founders and entrepreneurs still think a brand is ‘touchy […]
  • Typography on screen: A continuum of conditional logic Working with type to be displayed on screens is a complex task and there are very few simulation tools that allow you to understand how the end product would be in all variants of devices and aspects. If you are a print designer there are a tight set of parameters that define how your typesetting […]
  • Thirst-day Exhibit 03: Joan Miró I work with visual art professionals every day. Most often I use art references to suggest a style, a palette or a tonality that is appropriate to the brand that we are working on. I always get blank faces. We need to put the thirst back in design professionals to be aware, appreciative and understand […]
  • Thirst-Day Exhibit 02: Javier Mariscal I work with visual art professionals every day. Most often I use art references to suggest a style, a palette or a tonality that is appropriate to the brand that we are working on. I always get blank faces. We need to put the thirst back in design professionals to be aware, appreciative and understand […]
  • Thirst-day Exhibit 01: Paul Klée I work with visual art professionals every day. Most often I use art references to suggest a style, a palette or a tonality that is appropriate to the brand that we are working on. I always get blank faces. We need to put the thirst back in design professionals to be aware, appreciative and understand […]