This is a typical chicken and egg situation, does anyone still know who came first?
6 MIN READ // Mar 17, 2020
Why would you want to make something that some people can’t use? Digital accessibility is the ability of a website, mobile application or any electronic document to be easily perceived, understood, navigate by a wide range of users, including users with disabilities.
4 min // Feb 5, 2020
9 MIN READ // Jan 31, 2020
Design is more than just the physical appearance of it, aesthetics do make a fair enough difference but above all, Design solves a problem. Design thinking comes together with deliberate efforts. Being empathetic toward each other is important to think broadly about how can we come together as a team to solve challenging problems.
4 MIN READ // May 24, 2019
It was in 2009 we ventured into the open source community, Drupal. As newcomers, we were excited to be a part of this dynamic community. All these years we have received immense amount of love from the community. In return, we wanted to create something that would show our dedication towards it.
5 MIN READ // Mar 18, 2019
One often wonders what lies at the root of creativity. How to keep your creative juices flowing and those gears running. When we are stuck at such place, mind blocked towards new ideas - the best solution might just be to put the pen and paper down, get up from that desk, and take a walk in the outside world. This is exactly what we did when scratching for new ideas for a recent project. Luckily the walk for us turned out to be a visit to the India Design Exhibition at Okhla.
4 MIN READ // Oct 28, 2017
36 days of type is a project challenging visual artists to create a letter or number a day for 36 days, exploring different media and pushing the boundaries of creative expression. QED42 Took the 36 Days of Type challenge in an attempt to depict Performing Arts of India through type and results were amazing.
4 MIN READ // Sep 30, 2017
The calls for sessions for DrupalCon Vienna had just closed and all of us who had submitted their sessions were waiting, eager to find out about the result. It was just a usual day at the office and I get an email from the Drupal Association. I opened the mail and what I saw wanted to make me jump out of my chair! Yes, my selection for DrupalCon was confirmed and I was so excited! It was an unbelievable situation for me because it was quite unexpected, not that I was under confident about myself but to be a young member in the Drupal Community, and getting selected amongst so many talented and experienced people out there, is sure to make anyone feel surprised.