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The New Delhi UX Book Club

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Join the New Delhi UX Book Club

If you live in Delhi, Noida or Gurgaon and work in the User Experience domain, whether you’re a usability engineer, interaction designer, information architect, visual designer or a front end developer, we welcome you to be a part of the New Delhi UX Book Club. Feel free to add your name to the participant list at the New Delhi UX Book Club page and once we’re a decent size, we will get in touch to take it further.
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Elegance & Simplicity

Designers would know Exupery by the following quote below, if not through “The Little Prince” or “Wind, Sand and Stars”.

Perfection is achieved, not when there is nothing more to add, but when there is nothing left to take away.

Antoine de Saint-Exupery

Adobe Live, July 11 and 12, Mumbai

Adobe Live, July 11 and 12, Mumbai, Free Registration

Design Salaries 2006

Designsalaries.org as they put it, is the design professions most comprehensive and unbiased survey of salaries in the US.

Graffiti Taxonomy

Variations of the graffiti tag 'S'

The alphabet ‘S’ is reproduced from photographs of tags taken in the Lower East Side of Manhattan, while the ‘A’ is reproduced from tags from Central Park North to 125th St. in Harlem.

I like Fi5e.

If you’re wondering why I wrote fi5e instead of ni9e, it’s because I’ve seen links to ni9e written as fi5e so…

The Graffiti Research Lab

Dedicated to Outfitting Graffiti Artists with Open Source Technologies for Urban Communication

Color Sytems: Additive and Subtractive

It is not uncommon to meet graphic designers who don’t know about additive and subtractive color systems. Those who have read about color management would know how ever. Those who don’t, I urge you to read on the topic, so you can get consistent color reproduction across displays and print devices, Below is a simple as it is explanation of additive and subtractive color systems.

Additive Color
Anything you see on a computer screen is an example of the additive color system. This is where the primary colors red, green and blue are mixed together to produce all the colors you see on screen.

Subtractive Color
Anything you see beyond the screen such as wood, your skin, print and paper are a result of the subtractive color system. Here, color is created by absorbing or subtracting certain wavelengths of color while reflecting the other back which is what you see.

Cludia Cortes and her interactive experience of color communication and symbolism

This website was done as part of her thesis. It’s very beautifully done!

You’ll love it if you are a designer. Even if you are not actually.

Color in Motion

Strip 01

Cathy posing

Cathy posing for me by the laundry wall.