Chefensa was a Bangalore based startup and one of the very few projects where we got a chance to do work ground up. The journey of design with them was something we were always proud of and would love to share it. The Product But rather then the final screens we want
And their powers combine Design thinking helps us come up with better ideas, the lean startup helps us turn those ideas into business models that work and agile helps us deliver the product to market in a fast, incremental way so that we get ongoing feedback, adapt and deliver precisely what the customer wants.
Understanding & practicing accessibility is not a one day thing. It’ll take time for us to become aware about all the compliances and start practicing them but do make sure that the next piece of design you put out in the world is accessible for everyone.
The talk tries to highlight the reasons designer and developers think the way they think and work the way they work with each other. It also tries to suggest remedial measures and cultural probes that can aid the process of easing the collaboration between the said tribes.
Good products need a good web presence. A good website clearly goes a long way to tell the world about the awesome thing you have made to make the world a better place. In Kruzr’s case, making the world a more safer place is at the core of what the team is building to take
It was a great year for Tinkerform. Working closely with start-ups we did have some stories, experiences, and insights that we wanted to discuss with everyone. Key Points of Discussion 01 SOME TOOLS turned really efficient for working with startups. 02 How much people know about their REVENUE MODELS while starting out. 03 The problems with —