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almost 4 years ago | Amit Anand: UXcorner

One of the largest media and entertainment industries globally is Bollywood, a helm of modern classic and drama depiction of the Indian subcontinent, this industry has been in existence for over a century now! In the recent past, some of the best movies which have fetched a good RoI have not been the best grocers […]

Uncommon lessons in marketing

almost 4 years ago | Amit Anand: UXcorner

One of the largest media and entertainment industries globally is Bollywood, a helm of modern classic and drama depiction of the Indian subcontinent, this industry has been in existence for over a century now! In the recent past, some of the best movies which have fetched a good RoI have not been the best grocers […]

NY Diaries – 1

almost 4 years ago | Amit Anand: UXcorner

A recent (and my first trip to NY) reinforced principles of good design. This is a city which thrives on art, multifaceted culture and design amongst all chaos. Little nuggets of design in every corner make this city more interesting than other bust business concentrates of the world. One of the oldest inhabitants being a […]

NY Diaries – 1

almost 4 years ago | Amit Anand: UXcorner

A recent (and my first trip to NY) reinforced principles of good design. This is a city which thrives on art, multifaceted culture and design amongst all chaos. Little nuggets of design in every corner make this city more interesting than other bust business concentrates of the world. One of the oldest inhabitants being a […]

The UX Product Owner

over 4 years ago | Amit Anand: UXcorner

Since I took up a new stride with a management consulting organization as a Product Owner, I have been thinking more on lines of what more can be done apart from conventional business as usual Agile practices such as managing backlogs, stakeholder expectations, ensuring user acceptance of the end product. How do I scale this […]

The UX Product Owner

over 4 years ago | Amit Anand: UXcorner

Since I took up a new stride with a management consulting organization as a Product Owner, I have been thinking more on lines of what more can be done apart from conventional business as usual Agile practices such as managing backlogs, stakeholder expectations, ensuring user acceptance of the end product. How do I scale this […]

Managing creative talent – 3

almost 5 years ago | Amit Anand: UXcorner

Almost an year after I wrote the last post around this topic, I sit back and observer where the industry has moved on from there. We are increasingly becoming more CIO friendly by the day, Fortune thinkers are emphasizing (and luckily budgeting) on better design as a progressive pawn and not the least but clients […]

Managing creative talent – 3

almost 5 years ago | Amit Anand: UXcorner

Almost an year after I wrote the last post around this topic, I sit back and observer where the industry has moved on from there. We are increasingly becoming more CIO friendly by the day, Fortune thinkers are emphasizing (and luckily budgeting) on better design as a progressive pawn and not the least but clients […]

The training phenomenon

almost 5 years ago | Amit Anand: UXcorner

Was away giving time to family for a while, well glad to say I am a father now. Interesting are nature’s ways of teaching us life, how a little one learns to suckle on a mothers breast for milk, how he adapts to a cycle of day and night, how wonderfully he gestures for your […]

The training phenomenon

almost 5 years ago | Amit Anand: UXcorner

Was away giving time to family for a while, well glad to say I am a father now. Interesting are nature’s ways of teaching us life, how a little one learns to suckle on a mothers breast for milk, how he adapts to a cycle of day and night, how wonderfully he gestures for your […]

Productized Services [Capturing the next BIG market place]

about 5 years ago | Amit Anand: UXcorner

  On a photography expedition (of amateurs of course!) recently I visited the old Delhi by-lanes. Slim gullys (lanes in Hindi as we call it) with fat loads of money exchanging hands. You get almost everything from good food to wholesalers of clothing accessories and specialty packaging industry giants. A good mix of traders and […]

Productized Services [Capturing the next BIG market place]

about 5 years ago | Amit Anand: UXcorner

  On a photography expedition (of amateurs of course!) recently I visited the old Delhi by-lanes. Slim gullys (lanes in Hindi as we call it) with fat loads of money exchanging hands. You get almost everything from good food to wholesalers of clothing accessories and specialty packaging industry giants. A good mix of traders and […]

Changing user behavior [and design principles]

about 5 years ago | Amit Anand: UXcorner

Today the Smartphone (e.g. Android based handhelds and iPhones) capture over 50% of the world market (extrapolated based on data from Neilsen for US markets), what further pushes this is the increased availability of high speed internet (3G, 4G LTE) at affordable plans globally. What more millions of iPads, Samsung Galaxy’s, PlayBooks and other low […]

Changing user behavior [and design principles]

about 5 years ago | Amit Anand: UXcorner

Today the Smartphone (e.g. Android based handhelds and iPhones) capture over 50% of the world market (extrapolated based on data from Neilsen for US markets), what further pushes this is the increased availability of high speed internet (3G, 4G LTE) at affordable plans globally. What more millions of iPads, Samsung Galaxy’s, PlayBooks and other low […]

Winning a deal – 01 [The backstage act]

about 5 years ago | Amit Anand: UXcorner

It becomes important for us as business practitioners to understand the “need behind the need” – even before the need is clear <smiles> well complex but true and possible. Often observed clients do not actually know why they want solutions or even why they want to outsource at most instances. It becomes important for us […]

Winning a deal – 01 [The backstage act]

about 5 years ago | Amit Anand: UXcorner

It becomes important for us as business practitioners to understand the “need behind the need” – even before the need is clear <smiles> well complex but true and possible. Often observed clients do not actually know why they want solutions or even why they want to outsource at most instances. It becomes important for us […]

Project to Product – the baby steps

about 5 years ago | Amit Anand: UXcorner

In the last 6 years of my portfolios with IT outsourcing organizations, I have seen several projects turning into products; in recent times co-innovation avenues with our clients has sprinted that further with agreed investments going into creation of industry specific solutions which are then owned and managed jointly. This has been a growing trend […]

Project to Product – the baby steps

about 5 years ago | Amit Anand: UXcorner

In the last 6 years of my portfolios with IT outsourcing organizations, I have seen several projects turning into products; in recent times co-innovation avenues with our clients has sprinted that further with agreed investments going into creation of industry specific solutions which are then owned and managed jointly. This has been a growing trend […]

UX as a discipline

over 5 years ago | Amit Anand: UXcorner

In this post I try to answer, why and where UX as a discipline stands (or sits). Well I know it might be late for a post such as this ; But each day as I come across reasons to give away reasoning for such displacements, I felt might as well take opportunity to give […]

UX as a discipline

over 5 years ago | Amit Anand: UXcorner

In this post I try to answer, why and where UX as a discipline stands (or sits). Well I know it might be late for a post such as this ; But each day as I come across reasons to give away reasoning for such displacements, I felt might as well take opportunity to give […]