Hey folks, I hope you’re having a great weekend. As promised earlier in my last blog post about my job change, here’s my list of resources that made me what I’m today–a Product Designer. Just before the Monday Blues hit you, here’s my rocking list to learn about product design, not necessarily in order of ranking, 1. Invision’s blog I wouldn’t consider giving a second … Continue reading Best Resources to Learn about Product Design–Part 1
Apologies, for not being able to write for long. You would probably understand what kept me from writing once you’re done reading this blog post. Yes, I’ve a new job and it’s pretty amazing. That’s exactly what this is going to be about, the story of my job change and what I learnt along the way. Present Day I quit my job as a Jr. Visual … Continue reading How I Landed Up 125% Hike in my Second Job
Client: Dakaar | The Recipe App About the Client: Dakaar is a recipe discovery app for foodies, chef and master chef. It has around 2 lakh+ recipes covering different cuisines. Brief: Flat logo that falls under the material guidelines of Google, with awesome colors. And the process begins, Step 1: Getting the Client to answer the Logo Design Questionnaire While surfing the internet, I came across … Continue reading Dakaar – Logo Design Process
Flat design is clean and modern—you won’t ever find elements like drop shadows, gradients, or textures used. It’s a great way to keep things simple, clear, and free of distraction. Plus, it just looks cool.
There are endless applications for flat design, but I’m going to talk about one of my favorites: the flat and minimal avatar. These avatars are all about showing your face in a simple way.
We live in a techie world where internet has become the 4th basic need of man. You would rarely find a 17+ guy/girl without an internet enabled smartphone. This implies that smartphones are quite an affordable thing, but what about laptop computers? Nope, those will still cost you some bucks. Well, there are some quality laptops available out there in the market which fall under the affordable range of under Rs. 30k & are equipped with quite some power.
The obvious question would be, “How are these laptops this cheap?”. The answer is pretty logical, most of them won’t have a paid OS. Worry not, you can install the Linux freeware or a cracked version of Windows (I’m not promoting piracy in any way, just that it’s pretty obvious what people do. Forgive’em, Billy). The other cost cutting would be low hard disk space & no graphics card, meaning it won’t support high end games. But, that’s okay for people who want to purchase a laptop for non-gaming & non-storage purposes.
1. ACER E5-573 ASPIRE
This piece of tech is bundled up with the 4th Generation i3 Core, 1.7 GHz processor, 4 GB RAM & a 1 TB hard drive. It also has anti-glare screen that’s not so hard on your eyes. Continue reading “Top 5 Laptops Under Rs. 30k”