Procrastinator by profession, facetious by talk. Traveller, wanderer. Musician, writer. Engineer, Designer. Not in that order. www.adityaaserkar.in

Part two — Fail Fast, fail often.

What is Debt?

The pandemic is the debt we are paying to the failure of recognizing our damaging hyperconsumption, failure of preparing and foreseeing the largely abysmal healthcare. The next stronger mutations will be the debt to be paid by the world for the withholding of the IP rights.

Part One — Deconstruction of an interface

Its been over 6 months that this write-up is in my drafts and I have been procrastinating on finishing it. And as a matter of fact, that is one of the prime examples of how debt is created.

version Umpteenth

Yes, this is yet another post that talks about the organisation of an organisation. This is not my forté, so most of the things in this write-up are solely through empirical knowledge, some years of observation, introspection, my love towards spatial design, thousands of hours of cribbing over team silos…

Recent JNU fee hike in India, has stirred the country into two camps. We shall unpack on why.

What?

The uproar of Indian masses started from Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) protest. As of publishing, students have been beaten by rods inside of the University with their skull cracked open all while police watched. …

India passes a new law that promotes easier access of her citizenship to everyone except Muslims from three neighbors.

The political scenario of India is so happening, that the article I wrote a few weeks ago has already become stale and now we are to look at new sets of problems facing the country. The more I try to run away from it, the more it stares back at…

Which side do you drive your interface on?

The other day I think I came across something that further opened up my thought process as a designer.

Brief

Creating an interface for a healthcare application aimed at easing the workflow for a CT Scan for a radiologist and/or technician.

Use-Case

The use-case was such that the user needed to select…

A day for the Earth

Earth Day. A day for the Earth. I think there would be a fancy figure of speech somewhere in those words. The Earth, who has given us everything, we are giving Her one day? One whole day? Isn’t that too generous? Oh, Earth Hour is it? OK.

Anthropomorphising for care

Photo by NASA on Unsplash

Mother Earth. Such love in just these two words. You can literally hear Sir David Attenborough’s voice as you see the slo-mo breeze blowing through trees and birds chirping just as you read it.

When did we start personifying the Earth? Mother Earth?

Since childhood, this personalisation has led…

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