September 4, 2015

Predicting Trends is a Mission-Critical Business Exercise

The ‘sharing economy’, transparency, ‘curiosity trumps knowledge’ and the ‘rise of digital currencies’ – these are all trends transforming society today and within the next three years. That is, if you talk to the industry […]

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August 17, 2015

M.P. Ranjan: Designer, Thinker, Teacher

The thing about Ranjan was that you couldn’t ignore him; he was prolific, he was everywhere and he had a deep, unshakeable conviction that design could and should change the world. To me, he was […]

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July 21, 2015

Amplifying absence with the Missing Pavilion

India’s continued absence at the Venice Biennale since 1947, except for sporadic appearances, has been a source of major concern and disillusionment in the Indian art world. The Missing Pavilion, an exhibition sponsored by the […]

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March 12, 2015

An illustrated dream by Gaurav Ogale

“I tell stories.” “No but what do you do?” “Yes, I tell stories for a living” I was grinning as I glanced out of the aircraft window and saw a place that I had only […]

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August 22, 2014

The Search for a Voice

On my first ever trip to India, I managed to embarrass myself before I’d even landed. As the plane banked and approached the runway, I noticed multiple blue rectangles on the ground and thought ‘wow, […]

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August 19, 2014

Is Freelancing Right For Me?

For her concluding post from the ‘freelancer’ series, Anya Rangaswami has created an infographic tracing the dilemmas, challenges and experiences that help you figure out whether to freelance or not.   Что такое SEO оптимизация текста […]

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August 15, 2014

A Little Older, A Little Wiser: Lessons I learnt from my first year freelancing

A lot of designers have had moments where they wished they were working independently. For a while, I did too. When I finally decided I would make the move, those moments were replaced with moments […]

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August 5, 2014

Shaking Off the Freelance Rep

I’ve been working independently, as a freelance designer, for the past year. As is the case with most freelance designers, my first few projects came from friends, friends of friends or people who were happy […]

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April 29, 2014

Anu Rana: Imagination with purpose, sort of like Mary Poppins

I laughed to myself the other day when I realized my childhood obsession of collecting all sorts of objects has indeed carried on into adulthood. When I was younger I would retrieve and organize stamps, […]

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November 20, 2013

Guest Post: The future of technology is human, the currency – conversation

All through my education and career, I’ve heard over and over again that design is a problem solving discipline. We find problems that plague humanity and we solve them. We design for pain-points, but in […]

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