On of my favorite modules at NID has got to be Information Visualization. We had this module twice (2nd & 3rd semesters), and both had an interesting set of assignments, guest lectures and enlightenment (if I may use that term!) Here is a quick recap along with the work done [...]
This semester began with a module on Narratives, and when I got a chance to pick a topic for my Information Visualization module, I just had to visualize this movie’s non-linear narrative!
“The most fertile source of insight is hindsight.” — Morris Kline Exactly one year back, I decided to leave my job as a UX Designer and joined National Institute of Design, Bangalore to pursue Post Grad in Information & Interface Design.
TL;DR: I’m enjoying Alberto’s DataViz MOOC, and all things that are pretty aren’t awesome. :D So after missing out on the first edition of Alberto Cairo’s online course on Introduction to Infographics & Data Visualization, I was really looking forward to actively take part in the second edition.
One of my favorite ways to bug everyone, is to scream this whenever someone mixes the terms font and typeface. So much, that I ended up making this quick poster for a friend:
Last month, the (newly elected) sports committee of NID Bangalore organized a Table Tennis Tournament. Now I’ve started playing table tennis quite often at NID, so I happily participated. Defeated in the quarter-finals by Amal, I was watching others in awe until I got a random idea. Visualization time!
Making anything & everything in CSS3 seems to be the rage these days. So to celebrate the Republic Day of India, I decided to (finally) explore it by making the Flag of India in CSS3. Here’s the result:
Last month I volunteered for organizing Droidcon India at Bangalore – India’s first Android conference. I worked with some amazing guys from @HasGeek & @BlrDroid, made new friends, and learnt a lot about the Android platform. And I squeezed some time to sketchnote for the session: “Humanize the Android”
I recently attended a “Geekup” session on Web Accessibility by Rahul & HTML5 Boilerplate by Divya. This was a first of a series of sessions being conducted by HasGeek in Bangalore. Here are the 2 Sketchnotes I made.