Rahul Srivastava

Product Designer at HackerEarth Joined over 6 years ago

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  • Posted to Ask DN: How to show the threaded comments effectively?, in reply to Julian Lloyd , Sep 04, 2015

    Hi Julian,

    Thanks for giving a thought on this, good part is that we are on the same side. I've already followed the same approach and it worked out well enough, have a look on the comment section of this page

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  • Posted to Ask DN: I can't move past amateur. How do I effectively teach myself product design?, Aug 05, 2015

    Hi John,

    I hope this might help you to get started.

    First, to become a good designer you need to be a good observer. Design is the experience which one's feel when they use the products, it can be good or bad experience. But when you closely observes your daily life products you'll find that there are some products which amazes you and some which make you think that something is wrong in that. So keep observing. Because by doing this practise continuously, soon you'll realize about the elements which are effecting your experience and when you dig deeply into it you'll find your own solution for it. This is how you'll get into the habit of realizing the problems around you and then what could be the possible solution for it. These our just the mental exercises which help you to get into the track of product designing.

    So start your exercise from tomorrow, when you wake up in the morning till you get into the bed at night. Observe all the products carefully you come across suppose your shower, toaster, mobile, car, office elevator, etc.

    Do let me know if it works for you... :)

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  • Posted to Ask DN: What are some good UX books to read?, Jan 28, 2015

    Hey Andy,

    I've posted this some time back might be helpful for you https://news.layervault.com/stories/42671-want-to-dig-into-design

    Its a good collection of books and articles suggested by the Facebook’s director of product design, Margaret Gould Stewart.

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  • Posted to It's time to be crazy., in reply to Dan Cortes , Aug 14, 2014

    Thanks for your honest feedback.... I will improve it and I'll also make sure that next time you visit it you won't feel uncomfortable on giving your email... :)

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  • Posted to It's time to be crazy., in reply to Alex John , Aug 14, 2014

    Sure. Will do...

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  • Posted to It's time to be crazy., in reply to David Bachmann , Aug 14, 2014

    Hey David,

    You can refer my comment for Roel to have an idea about the product.

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  • Posted to It's time to be crazy., in reply to David Bachmann , Aug 14, 2014

    The email id is needed to give the access to the early users as the product is still in production and once it'll be in the beta version then that early users will have access to it.

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  • Posted to It's time to be crazy., in reply to Roel van Hintum , Aug 14, 2014

    Hey Roel,

    Thanks for pointing that out. Actually, as we all know that "imagination is limitless" so we thought of creating a platform where you can at least note down it but only the craziest one. Hence the concept is to write down the craziest thought (or idea) that you ever wanted to do or did in your life and share that with the world(including your friends) and if your idea is craziest enough to the people then you'll be on top of the crazi.me club.

    For eg. on the crazi.me site as the guy mentioned that he want to do the 360 hardflip on top of the Golden Gate bridge.

    Does this give you the context?

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