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Journal

Reflections on curation, design and the broader creative landscape in India

The possibility of human-machine collaboration…

by | Journal, Notes and Conversations

How can humans and machines collaborate in a design-oriented process?

Storyflock has a new Manager of Digital Strategy, here’s what that means…

by | Journal

I met Indrojit Chaudhuri around twelve years back at Pinstorm – a company in Mumbai that we both worked for. I was part of the creative team whereas Indrojot was a manager of a territory. We had a few limited interactions only but we have been in touch ever since. For a time, I believed […]

Do you feel free in your own house?

by | Space Design

At first, you might consider jumping to ‘yes’. But wait, take a pause and think about it. When I ask do you feel free in your house, I mean to ask a lot of questions. Do you think your private spaces are private enough? Do you enjoy the liberty to move around in different spaces […]

Start conversational marketing today: how to talk to strangers and how can it be made easier?

by | Content Design, Curation

Business relationships are all about talking to strangers (people you do not know personally) and using your product or service to create a connection with them. However, this pure thought is a tough thing to achieve for many. Why is that? At the fundamental level – all humans share a simple set of interests, beliefs […]

What can Storyflock do for you?

by | Content Design, Curation, Education

Storyflock can do a unique set of things for you. Some of these things are very difficult to do in the current market scenario. We have developed new processes to be able to deliver these in a consistent way. 1) Edit and publish books: Often specific and particular tangents of practice and personal or organisational […]

You might not need better teachers; you might just need a better learning designer

by | Education

Not all teachers are good learning designers. But, to start from the start – who is a learning designer? A learning designer is someone who can assess the specific learning gap that needs to be bridged in a learner and can design a process or a curriculum for bridging it. Traditionally this role is expected […]

The possibility of human-machine collaboration…

by | Journal, Notes and Conversations

How can humans and machines collaborate in a design-oriented process?

Storyflock has a new Manager of Digital Strategy, here’s what that means…

by | Journal

I met Indrojit Chaudhuri around twelve years back at Pinstorm – a company in Mumbai that we both worked for. I was part of the creative team whereas Indrojot was a manager of a territory. We had a few limited interactions only but we have been in touch ever since. For a time, I believed […]

Do you feel free in your own house?

by | Space Design

At first, you might consider jumping to ‘yes’. But wait, take a pause and think about it. When I ask do you feel free in your house, I mean to ask a lot of questions. Do you think your private spaces are private enough? Do you enjoy the liberty to move around in different spaces […]

Start conversational marketing today: how to talk to strangers and how can it be made easier?

by | Content Design, Curation

Business relationships are all about talking to strangers (people you do not know personally) and using your product or service to create a connection with them. However, this pure thought is a tough thing to achieve for many. Why is that? At the fundamental level – all humans share a simple set of interests, beliefs […]

What can Storyflock do for you?

by | Content Design, Curation, Education

Storyflock can do a unique set of things for you. Some of these things are very difficult to do in the current market scenario. We have developed new processes to be able to deliver these in a consistent way. 1) Edit and publish books: Often specific and particular tangents of practice and personal or organisational […]

You might not need better teachers; you might just need a better learning designer

by | Education

Not all teachers are good learning designers. But, to start from the start – who is a learning designer? A learning designer is someone who can assess the specific learning gap that needs to be bridged in a learner and can design a process or a curriculum for bridging it. Traditionally this role is expected […]