Redd was recently invited to judge a design competition between many design schools across Delhi. This provided us an insight into the state of design education in India. The report is hopeful and positive but with a realisation that there's much more learning left. Read on to know more.
Designing a conversational user interface has come a long way since the development of Siri or its ilk. The age of subservient bots has passed and bots today need to play by new rules as its users have also matured over time.
There are always parallels between the various fields of design. These lessons are derived from the aircraft and airline design industries that we found applicable and apply in UX design too.
Despite our advances, the simple act of transferring files from one device to another isn't as simple as it should have been. We took a look at what's out there and when we couldn't find a good alternative, designed and built one ourselves. Read more to learn about the thought process behind this.
Designing products without considering how they will eventually be disposed is not only irresponsible but is also only looking at half a problem. Rethinking design strategies based on circular design principles will allow us to address the user's real needs and even leverage new opportunities.
This article was written before we were interviewed on this subject. Read the full version of what we meant to say by clicking on "Read More" below or read the edited version on the magazine's website.
While other fields of design hinge upon other principles, software design is about humanising technology. Technology has been becoming more and more complex. We are on the verge of a paradigm shift where it is only possible for machines to talk to each other and human beings just cannot process the quantum or speed of the information.