Work of Turmeric Design is of good variety, clear thinking, communicative and lot of freshness; over and above, credit to the studio and not to individual.
Industrial design is most effective when it is not cluttered. Desmania has achieved this through its clean, simple and well conceived designs. Their often unconventional work shows a remarkable flair for innovation, even while successfully addressing the need of the target audience.
Lopez Design is sophisticated in its abilities to meet the brand challenges, while integrating cultural elements in ways that make room for the public/customers to interpret and engage the brand in a personal way.
Based on the judging criteria it seems like Mathew and Ghosh Architects is the best choice in terms of quality of space and light, form and contrast of materials used.
If I was an organization seeking a distinctive image that is glocally urban, cool, and deeply connected to the continuity of Indian cultural practices, Playclan would be my choice to apply their exceptional graphic skills to the branding of
my t-shirts, mugs, bags, and
Intuitive design is always needed especially in the digital space these days. Consistency is extremely crucial to being intuitive and interaction consistency is much more important than just visual consistency. Great UX is not just a ‘nice thing to have’ but actually acts as a vital differentiator between a great product and a product that no only really cares about. Fractal Ink’s designs have definitely managed to bring this forth. The graphics too are extremely catchy, fun and fresh. Intriguing designs!
The collection of projects submitted by Sangaru Design Studio show a wide range of explorations in using Indian crafts to create stunning new applications and contemporary products that have a very refined form as well as an appropriate visual and structural integrity in keeping with the need of our times. This represents some of the finest work being done in India through the use of design and one that is sensitive to the needs and challenges of the crafts sector as a whole. Traditional materials of bamboo, wood and terracotta have all been handled with a rare imagination and refinement in detailing and process selection to create forms that are expressive of contemporary India without being obvious.
The product is designed to provoke the audience’s memories and creates an empathetic association with the challenging situations. Its distinctive dynamics, esthetic preferences, and strong relevance combine imaginative engagements with the contextual design. By celebrating the concept of collaboration, motivation and success, the product brings together principles of animation and meaningful narratives in extensive experimental visuals.
Designs of Nivasarkar are simple, pure wood and natural material to support.
Excellent to look at and from look it feels comfortable. Natural look and feel.