Making design decisions
Submitted by Sunit Singh (@surdattack) on Wednesday, 6 November 2013
Section: Workshops Technical level: Beginner
The workshop aims to equip participants with a set of practical tools that can be used to address design problems.
Through a series of design techniques & hands-on exercises, participants will be sensitised to the nuances which make interfaces intuitive & elegant.
This workshop has been conducted earlier at Nasscom Product Conclave (NPC 2013). Meta Refresh will see a much more evolved version of this workshop based on the experience & feedback recieved at NPC 2013.
Who should attend?
Aspiring designers (Might be too basic for experienced designers)
Participants will work on multiple design exercises, both individually and in a group. You'll need paper, pencils or sketch pens.
As the Design Head, Sunit is responsible for the user experience of products across Cleartrip. He's been instrumental in setting the tone for Cleartrip Mobile & led the recent redesign. Sunit graduated from J. J. School of Art to be a painter, followed by a post grad in Communication Design from the Industrial Design Centre, IIT Bombay. While he has built & mentored design teams through his career, his background in fine art keeps him thoroughly hands-on. Previously, he's led design at burrp! and Paper Plane.