In this post, I shall mention in brief the Gestalt principles of visual perception that are extensively used in designing content for the web.The use of these principles can also be extended to other domains of design such as graphic designing, product designing and interior designing .At the end of this post, I shall use [...]
Lemon! As I say the word, is it just the 5 alphabets that you read (l-e-m-o-n) or is there more to it? Don’t you visualise a small lemon yellowish fruit and feel a tangy acidic taste? This is precisely what this post is about. Our [...]
Neoteny is a characteristic, which describes juvenile features or behavior of an object. From Wikipedia: Many evolutionary theorists propose that neoteny has been a key feature in human evolution. Stephen Jay Gould believed that the “evolutionary story” of humans is one where we have been “retaining to adulthood the originally juvenile features of our ancestors”. J.B.S. Haldane [...]
Milton Glaser, the iconic designer and thinker has formulated ten great rules for someone who want’s to be able to think outside of the box and create outstanding things. Very inspirational thoughts for design thinkers. “Ten Things i have Learned” Part of an AIGA Talk in London 1.YOU CAN ONLY WORK FOR PEOPLE THAT YOU [...]
There is no absolute symmetry in nature. Absolute symmetry is a pure man made creature. Nothing in nature is absolutely symmetric, there is always a sign of uniqueness and that does nature perfect.It is a common mistake to think that absolute symmetric features are perfect, for example human face - it looks beautiful only if [...]
A really thoughtful documentary by Gary Hustwit, explaining “why Design matter for Objects”, i would say a must watch for every Design Thinker.