Graphic Design In The Future: What Will It Be Like?

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I think I have always had a thing for art. Forms like literature, paintings, films, and music know just how to move and fascinate me. In my engineering days, I was introduced to a new type of art: design. Since it was only a small part of an overwhelmingly drab curriculum, it failed to get my attention. Only after I landed my first job as a technical writer did I realize how intriguing design can be. Continue reading

“Please Make It Free”. Really?

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“Great game…please make it free.”

“Lots of amazing features…I will rate it 5 stars if you make it free again.”

Check out the reviews of any paid application or game in your Windows/Android/Apple app store and you’ll notice one thing in common. Yes, you guessed that right. The irksome ‘please make it free’ comments. Want proof? Just type in “please make it free” in your browser and hit search. (As of today, Google returns approximately 24,00,000 results).

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Working Part-Time Isn’t Always A Compulsion. Sometimes, it’s a choice.

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Everybody is different. We all have unique lifestyles and philosophies, and most of them are accepted as personal choices. Why then, when it comes to our professional life, do so many of us regard working full-time as the default standard? Isn’t the number of hours one wants to devote to work a personal choice too, and an extremely crucial one at that? Continue reading

Writing: What’s Coffee Got To Do With It?

What Happens Without Coffee

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I need a strong cup of black coffee twice a day – once in the morning and once in the afternoon. Sometimes, I even need three cups to ensure that my mind and eyes are open and functioning. Of course, there have been days when I have gone without it, and they turned out to be blah and creatively disappointing. Continue reading

Hey Oscar Wilde!

Oscar Wilde said,”Women are meant to be loved, not to be understood.”

A great quote, no doubt. But I beg to differ.

Women are meant to be loved, THEN understood.

Why?

Because if you try to understand one before you love her, you will most probably give up mid-way. It takes a lot of time and effort to get to really know a woman. But it is well worth it in the end, isn’t it?