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Choosing between adaptive vs. responsive design

Often I see, designers presenting both versions of the design to clients, however I believe that choosing the right style at the outset, is the key to executing the design with better direction and focus on results.   Responsive design: A responsive website will show content based on the available browser real estate. A responsive site on the desktop will move…

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2030 – it seems so far away, but it’s only 15 years ..

Hypernormalisation. The BBC documentary is a revealing consolidation of events from recent decades, and a dark dive into the world today and why it is so. With power, politics and human nature  at it’s center, we witness how the world we have now, took shape in deeply lasting ways through the actions of a few – some of whom still alive.…

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Dalit

One questions that pops up quite often in a geographically diverse group is ” Does the caste system really still exist in India? “. It is rather sad to admit, that discrimination which denies many of dignity and basic human rights is still a reality, only just hidden from mainstream urban culture of India. ‘Dalit’ – a word derived from…

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Crooked democracy

All the mud slinging in the race for US presidency, isn’t exposing the candidates as much as it is the flaw in democracy.   Blind faith and fan love, may make for a fun segment on a late night show,       but when voters begin to believe that the only truth is what their running candidate states, such…

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When generations share stories

Stories, new experiences, new people and a new perspective on life are essential at all stages of life. Studies in neuroscience, shed light on the transformational impact on the brain when different generations interact. My recent visit to a well known old age home left me wanting for more inter generation interactions. This isn’t a radical idea – when two generations…

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