This weekend I delivered a talk on running effective design sprints at the Design Quicky event organized by 500 Startups. What I have suggested is a modification to the design sprint process popularized by Google UX teams and Google Ventures.
In the startup world, speed and haste are often confused. While speed is important (and critical for survival), nothing kills products faster than haste.
I started this post with the title “Fatherhood Files: The First One Month”. It then became the “The First 6 Weeks” without a single extra word being added. And even though today is the 51st day (and I’ll probably only
Earlier this year, I delivered a talk at IIM Ahmedabad as part of a TEDx event. While the entire event was recorded, no videos have yet emerged (and given that nine months have gone by, I highly doubt we’ll get
It has been a while since my last post. A lot has been happening on the personal and professional front – that has kept me occupied – and I will definitely be writing about it in the coming weeks and
Or Notes on Self-Learning “I have never let my schooling interfere with my education.” – Attributed to Mark Twain (not verifiable) I grew up in a household with two parents who still spend a big part of their day learning