A couple of awesome companies are on track to disrupt the construction industry as we know it. A few weeks back, I read a mind blowing piece from FastCoDesign which covered the efforts of MX3D and Autodesk to develop a 3D printing robot. This is not a run of the mill 3D printer to print […]Read more "3D printing : disrupting the construction industry"
I was wondering about what made iOS easy to use, even as early as 2007, when Apple made touchscreen phones mainstream. Users were surprised by the large multi-touch screen, which did not need a physical keyboard to perform actions. Everything was through on-screen buttons. So, how was this new input method so readily and easily […]Read more "How was iOS easy to use?"
“Under the lens” is a series of articles where I share my product design observations and critiques.Read more "Under the lens #6: Flat UI design – Gnosh"
If you are anything like me with regards to interests, you’ll be excited by the google I/O keynote for more reasons than new features in android. Now, its no secret that google is a key player in bringing AI to the masses and proving its usefulness. Imagine google search without its AI giving us useful […]Read more "The impact of AI on UI design."
“Under the lens” is a series of articles where I share my product design observations and critiques.Read more "Under the lens #5 : The column"
If you ever wanted something in your design to move in a crazy way but thought it was impossible with gears, think again. I stumbled upon an Imgur page with the most fascinating and weirdest gear set-ups I’ve ever seen. I cannot even imagine the amount of thought and calculation that went into creating these systems […]Read more "Nuts and Bolts #2: Interesting gear systems"
“Under the lens” is a series of articles where I share my product design observations and critiques.Read more "Under the Lens #4 : an Os x feature"