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22 Aug '17

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Few things I would die to Design

My biggest bragging-right is that I have one of the most admirable work-life system. I have built it with years of slog, maintaining my own and individualistic perspective and ability to stay on course and not waver based on … Read More

11 Jan '17

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Conversational interfaces and Next Generation of Design Thinking

In the beginning of Internet there was this idea that if we share the information via your website, customers will be enchanted. This served as means to build a basic online presence and brought customers to the web from various … Read More

23 Aug '15

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Sailing in Annapolis, Chesapeake Bay

Sailing is lots of work and lots of fun. It is not a competitive sport (to me) but it requires a very skillful hand and a unique aptitude to master the craft. It has it’s own dictionary, rules and cult … Read More

27 Nov '14

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The Future of Business Data Connectivity & Systems Integration

The landscape of enterprise applications is changing very fast. Enterprise IT that includes security, management, governance and analytic is becoming increasingly complex. Now more than ever before, pace of new technologies are lowering cost for running business and improving … Read More

14 Apr '14

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Thinking Through Hands – Visual Story Telling

Visual Communication is best form of communication. With the pace of technology getting faster and information load increasing with each day it’s even more pertinent to communicate effectively and succinctly. This idea may not be obvious to many professionals that operate in … Read More

10 Apr '14

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Strategic Framework for Understanding Mobile Context of Use

Distinction

Most of the new ideas are developed by looking for inspirations within industry and checking our peers or competitors. This is an important part of the research, but drawing an exact mould for your product from … Read More

18 Feb '14

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Why business should consider migrating to Mobile Applications

Technology is the biggest disrupter and it has been the biggest agent of change since past several decades. And believing that the tech rally is over may be a bit presumptive. In fact, the pace is going to be faster, … Read More

14 Feb '14

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Mobility and culture of ‘work’

Since last several years I have been consulting and advising my own clients. All this is while working remotely and often at my own timezones way beyond 9-5 . I never enjoyed working 9-5 or understood the concept of 40 … Read More