Under Her Eye: Waste Labs

On June 1st, 2018 I had the pleasure and privilege to be part of Under Her Eye: Women & Climate Change. This two-day event was held in London at the Knowledge Center at the British Library and it brought together different female voices from across several disciplines to discuss issues around climate change. The event's … Continue reading Under Her Eye: Waste Labs

Unified Green Field

I've always been really interested in stories and their power to shape history. A great example of this is the Bible and how the stories within it and other religious texts continue to shape our world and our beliefs. Or the role of science fiction comic book stories (like Mr. Skygack, from Mars, 1907) in … Continue reading Unified Green Field

Tackle any Complex Task Using this 5 Step Method

there is a natural number awareness... There is a number awareness that is innate in humans and animals. Some animals as well as infant children display a natural sense of numbers and quantities. Cognitive Psychology has shown that small children as young as six months have an intuitive understanding of non-numerical parameters of magnitude. Take … Continue reading Tackle any Complex Task Using this 5 Step Method

DIY Spark kits arrive in India

As some of you already know I am part of the team at Shake Your Power, a social enterprise that creates education and clean tech products for social good. One of our products is the DIY Maraca Torch and we launched it earlier this year at Bett Show in London.  This DIY kit is essentially … Continue reading DIY Spark kits arrive in India

The Top 15 Idea Generation Techniques

As designers and creatives, a central part of what we do revolves around creating original and fresh ideas. Be it for a new business, a service, a new user interaction, a new product, a new logo, etc. Coming up with new ideas is crucial. However, the creative process is not a formula and when we exert too … Continue reading The Top 15 Idea Generation Techniques