JD Allcaps

JD Allcaps

Ex Head of UX, Adobe India Joined almost 5 years ago

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  • Posted to How to write case studies for your design work?, in reply to Helen . , Jan 22, 2016

    All the best Helen, going forward keep a tab on the "impact" part, super helpful :-)

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  • Posted to Ask DN: What books to read in 2016?, in reply to Taylor Poe , Jan 22, 2016

    Not easy reads, but 'illuminating' - I read Black Swan first...

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  • Posted to Ask DN: What books to read in 2016?, in reply to Benjamin Dauton , Jan 22, 2016

    The Art of Looking Sideways is a persona favourite - readable anytime, from any part f that fat volume :-)

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  • Posted to Ask DN: What books to read in 2016?, in reply to Kathryn Grayson , Jan 22, 2016

    Peter Mathiessen's The Snow Leopard is a person account of a journey in Tibet... eminently readable // Life of Pi, if you haven't read or watched the film already... I still feel the book is better // Orhan Pauk - My Name is Red //

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  • Posted to How to write case studies for your design work?, Jan 17, 2016

    Here are a few thoughts -

    Showcasing your work

    Definitely a 'hero image' plus a few supporting ones (possibly details/work-in-progress/sketches?). The idea here is to leave some room for viewers to dig deeper/ask more questions as opposed to showing them all...

    Writing part

    [1] a one line "tweetable" summary would be great [2] a short para on the brief/problem/opportunity [3] what you did/how you approached it/anything different or new? [4] and finally the impact - numbers would be great (# of downloads/sales/engagement metrics et al) [5] put in any quotes, user comments - thats the "hero" text!

    All the best!

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  • Posted to Mindless Hustle Will Kill Your Startup, Sep 08, 2015

    "502 Bad Gateway" :-(

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