Thoughts, opinions and wishful thinkings by Swapnil Acharya
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10 things I learned conducting a design workshop
50+ aspirants have graduated from this local home-grown design workshop and so far the impact has been phenomenal.
Is “Bagbazar Design” a real thing?
Bagbazar design is notorious and you see it everywhere. You see it on sign boards, on brochures/flyers, and slowly it has even creeped its way into social media and digital marketing.
Please take care and stay safe 😷
This is not really a blog post. It’s basically a jot down of things going around in my life and around me.
5 ways to improve toxic client-designer relationship
I did a lot of recollection of what went wrong with the client and designer relationship, and here are a couple of things I came out of the project with.
How to build a designer CV that doesn’t suck
How do I make a kick-ass CV? What does it take to make that perfect first impression? What is a good CV, and why is the bar even higher for designers?
My New Year’s Gift of Learning To You
Introducing an exclusive hands-on design workshop targeted towards young designers who are either just starting out or need help elevating their skills.
Staying relevant in times of change
I was suddenly irrelevant. My skills were no longer useful. This really scared me. I really did not see a way I could get back doing what I once did so well.
Things we can learn from an Apple Keynote Event
Apple Events Team, take a bow. You guys are just incredible — even the last three “virtual” events have been nothing but amazing!
That thing about doing a design favor to your friend
There is a word in Nepali, “Fokat”. I am particularly intrigued by this word — and how deeply it’s rooted in our culture. How easily we gather guts to ask somebody for a favor.
In my defense for super-flat UI design
I’m proud to be a flat-UI designer. Just like a flat-earther, but better.