A Busy Designer is Never Stuck

In my recent times I have found that I have become an extremely productive and prolific designer. Not only with my daily design work but, in my other personal day to day activities as well. In fact the busier I am at any

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Be a Better Designer 8: Avoid Ctrl + Z

What I mean is when you are working on a design in particularly in sketch form, avoid using the eraser, liquid paper (White-out), or if you are sketching on a table pc or drawing tablet try if possible not to use the undo function (Ctrl+Z).

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Get Rid of Instant Messaging at the Workplace

With Skype being widely used by businesses for overseas calls, the other equally used function of Skype Chat (Instant Messaging) is getting its fair share of use. Not to mention the usual favorites in the IM world: MSN messenger and Yahoo messenger (which many

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Be a Better Designer 7: Write your own brief

What are the advantages of writing product briefs or product descriptions? Plenty if you are a designer looking to get your design right! Recently I was glad to see that Guy Kawasaki had written in his blog that there was no statistical difference in successful

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A Classic iPod Parody

This is just too funny not to share! I love iPod Parodies as reflected in my shirt! (Out of stock by the way!) I think given a chance this will probably reach "classic" status pretty soon! The Apple product's well known user friendliness coming to aid

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The world’s best D-Schools. Huh?

When I first looked at it I felt "this is a cool list of design schools" listed at business week. Then reality started to sink in, D-School? Wait, nobody calls a design school "D-School" except a business school teaching design. As usual my cynical

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The world's best D-Schools. Huh?

When I first looked at it I felt "this is a cool list of design schools" listed at business week. Then reality started to sink in, D-School? Wait, nobody calls a design school "D-School" except a business school teaching design. As usual my cynical

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