I enjoy listening to music together with my friends, It’s a special experience. But since the pandemic began, we had to isolate. So we had to find other ways to listen. There were a lot of options but none was exactly what we expected and the UX was not easy or comfortable.
As a UX designer, I took responsibility and sought out to change this. Spotify is the best app to listen to music so I thought how would it be if a group sharing feature existed in it. …
This article is about my experience of taking breaks and how difficult and sometimes even unnecessary it was, during this lockdown period.
P. S…some interesting anecdotes and inspirations ahead, that changed my views on taking breaks and working around it.
Some of the key milestones in my life happened during this pandemic period,
I prefer to be organized. Even though it always falls apart, having a routine makes me feel like I am in control of that day, especially in recent times, when I hardly realize what day it is. So I thought reminders will help me in these ‘unprecedented times’.
So the curious me started thinking, why. It’s supposed to work. I get notifications, but I don’t feel ‘reminded’ at all. So instead of blaming me for being lazy, I dug deeper.
I am a multidisciplinary designer, interested in various facets of design and especially Typography. So whenever I see a misaligned, unevenly spaced text or just bad typeface, there comes this ‘spidey sense’ feeling, and I immediately correct it in my mind. Obviously, Many designers have this ability, It’s what makes them what they are.
So, when I started learning User Experience Design, This ability also tagged along, making me question all the experiences around me. But Nowadays most of our experiences are confined to the smartphone. …
I’ll rephrase the heading, I have made Google Snapseed better for me.
Any photographer, or just a leisure instagram person who takes pictures knows what Google Snapseed it, a highly versatile mobile photo editing app. I have been using it for around 4 years
And being both a Mobile and DSLR photographer, I heavily rely upon the application. So when I started learning User Experience and it’s nuances, I felt the need to re-design some applications. So I categorised my redesigns in three levels,
Type 1 — Minor UI changes and small features added.
Type 2 — Major features added…
Product Design @ Swiggy by the day and Illustrator and design vigilante by night.