• 4 more Graphic Design Tools that are forgotten #DesignNostalgia Dear millennial designer (Now you know who you are): If you have not read the prequel, you should. Apparently, I woke the geriatric ward up when I published the previous post and my fellow designers were swept in a tsunami of nostalgia. All the design tools in this post are their suggestions and I thank […]
  • 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. […]
  • Leave those tigers alone I am not a big fan of wildlife safaris. Especially the ones on shaky loud smoke spewing group jalopies that are sent like jagged shards into the heart of a silent forest. Picture this. We moved into a one of the first gated communities in Bangalore (some claim first in India) in early 2003. Gated […]
  • Found Narrative: A persuasive story in stock images as an advertisement Apparatus has been using Getty Images since inception to illustrate brand stories of our clients. We were amazed to see a magnificent interpretation of stock photos as a television commercial to sell their services. Take a look at this.
  • The Convergent Commerce: Tesco subway innovation in Korea Smartphone users, no time to shop, supermarket wants to increase sales without increasing number of stores, solution – smart phone shopping on virtual aisles at subway stations.
  • Do you need an interpreter? Interaction design talk 101 Not that we understand most people in this video, we cannot promise that we will not say such things. Interaction designers can laugh at themselves. Did I hear ‘gamification’ and ‘cognitive’ in the same sentence?