Bhavya Aggarwal

Co-founder zipBoard Joined over 6 years ago

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  • Posted to What is the correct approach for gathering feedback from different departments at the same time?, Feb 07, 2019

    Hi David, Making stakeholder feedback easy is what we are trying to solve at zipBoard. You can share a link for a quick feedback from your stakeholders and they will quickly and easily be able to send their comments. Take a look at a sample link set up here: Let me know, if this helps streamline your workflow.

    -Bhavya ( zipBoard founder)

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  • Posted to New portfolio - Rafael Derolez, Aug 08, 2017

    Love the website as well. A few things that I do think could do better. 1. Background color. Of course ,it is a very subjective thing. Not a big fan of black. 2. The portfolios could have animations/gifs showing the real magic of what you actually did. Even after I read you are a front end dev, when I was going through the portfolio pages, somehow I wanted to think that you are a designer and you may have designed these pages.

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  • Posted to Grabient — grab and customize a web gradient, Jul 25, 2017

    Beautiful stuff. The default options that you have chosen are amazing as well and love playing with the slider! Thank you for sharing.

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  • Posted to I need some constructive criticism on my new website :), Jul 24, 2017

    I am not an expert, but overall the site looks neat. Gets the idea across. But, I do find the English incorrect at a few places. Other then that sharing a few of my thoughts here: Hope it helps.

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  • Posted to Auto Draw by Google, Apr 12, 2017

    I love the tool. I can make simple illustrations quickly and would not need to hire a designer for every little drawing.

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  • Posted to Best way to work collaborative in Sketch?, Mar 23, 2017

    I have never done it myself, but recently came across this article on how git should be used by designers : It gets into details of how to implement as well, might be worth a try.

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  • Posted to My side project: New Zealand photostory, Nov 15, 2016

    This is so amazing! I always think of documenting my travels, but never end up doing it. It looks like a lot of hard work, but also fun! Beautifully done.

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  • Posted to UX design is spreading, but if you're a UXer it's not easy to know which are the best UX players around the world, Nov 10, 2016

    Overall the intentions look good, but it is hard to understand a lot of the listings and filters. 1. I can't relate Vodafone or General Motors with UX or is there something that I did not know about. 2. The categories are confusing and effectively filters controlling them as well. I see two filters on the top "Agencies" & "Companies", then there are few filters on the left menu, not sure how multiple filters are dependent on each other. 3. What about bloggers, freelancers?

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  • Posted to Show DN: Vocalizer - Helping Others Pronounce Names Correctly, Aug 11, 2016

    Looks pretty cool. I have a pretty complicated name too and have never had a good pronunciation. Two questions : 1. Can it be somehow integrated with linkedin, gmail, skype, that would be cool. 2. Can you add your own voice?

    What you currently have is pretty cool. I think, I am asking for new features already. But, surely see both as useful :)

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  • Posted to Who Really Is A Product Designer?, in reply to Wes Oudshoorn , Jul 14, 2016

    Wes, Thank you for taking the time to read and also respond. You are right, the premise of the article is that product design is not just drawing pretty features, but from idea generation to customer experience, product designer gets involved and drives the product. " That visual designers and developers are not usually the right people to devise test tasks. Most of them are too pleased with their own work to take an objective look at it, which leads them to focus too much on their own pet features/design elements and disregard the user’s goals. They might even dismiss the user’s complaints as minor because they’re not willing to admit their work’s deficiencies." Do not mean to hurt anyone's sentiment, but lets face it, we tend to get lost in the details so much at times, that somebody needs to steer the product keeping the big picture in mind, and all we mean to say here is that, product designer is that person who can keep that vision alive. "Once they are prototyped and validated with the help of user testing and interviews, the Product Owner turns these designs into an actual product." This is only to define the broader responsibilities of product owner. As, I mentioned earlier, at every stage product designer is the one who keeps the focus of solving a user's problem alive . In fact, zipBoard, is built with that in mind that all stakeholders are collaborating well, not just in the design phase, but in every iteration of the product development phase as well.

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