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. Sadly, I [...]
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.