Roadside Markets// Indian Bazaar Photoshoot

One of the most prominent things about India is its street markets. They are many things, fascinating, colourful, and bustling with life. But today we’re dealing with colourful. There is much I did when I was on vacation last December, and apart from tripping, breaking a nail and getting a blister, which is all only… Continue reading Roadside Markets// Indian Bazaar Photoshoot

The Great Comeback: How I Survived NaNoWriMo 2017

So apparently someone hasn’t been here in a long while. And you noticed. Or maybe you didn’t notice and just sat there munching cookies (I want some) while my fingers tap-danced for hours together all November, but that’s a different story. Well, dancing ain’t really my thing in the first place, and so you may… Continue reading The Great Comeback: How I Survived NaNoWriMo 2017

Project 1.1- Edify Now Overview

Design Pique Studios

Edify Now is my first ever official design, and I am really proud.

Here’s a fun fact- it was the real inspiration behind Design Pique. Yes, you heard that right, I began doing this design way before DPS was released.

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It began this way- I incidentally knew the owner of this site, and I received an email on the 26th of September, saying he wanted a complete rebranding to his site. Being the perky designer that I am, I sent him my approval with my utmost glee (a tad bit too much glee, mind you). But more on the backstory in my next post. Here’s an overview of the site.

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About Edify Now

“We love building and rebuilding Brand Experiences through our tailor-made digital solutions. Using the web, apps, and progressive tools, we create an unforgettable brand interaction experience which your customers use to establish their brand in…

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The Great Launch: A Perfect Celebration to Four Years of Blogging

I have been passionate about design since forever. No, not just passionate, I want to make a living out of it someday. Design Pique is an unofficial, unprofessional and passion-driven site for blog and web design. It is a haven for bloggers who need designs and designers alike, and if you spare a few moments… Continue reading The Great Launch: A Perfect Celebration to Four Years of Blogging

REVIEW: Where Dandelions Grow by Lydia Howe

DISCLAIMER: A free copy of this book was given to me by the author in exchange for writing a review. All opinions are my own. No spoilers. You owe me. Where Dandelions Grow. My most recent adventure. Before I get started with my review, I’m going to give a shoutout to Anya’s blog My Life in… Continue reading REVIEW: Where Dandelions Grow by Lydia Howe

BIBPC the Fifth, Category Four

Long time no see, eh? That pretty much defines my entire blogging life. I should be doing more versatile posts. But today’s the last date for category three, so I just had to, okay? Right now, Pineapple’s doing great! We’re in the lead with 324, but if we’re going to win this thing we’ve got to stay… Continue reading BIBPC the Fifth, Category Four

Humanity= Cars?

DISCLAIMER: By no means of this piece am I trying to insult the human race by comparing it with fuel-fed machines, nor am I aiming to cause any offence to the natural elements mentioned in this musing by subjecting it to comparison with certain negative aspects. I’m cool with nature, okay? No enmity. So let’s… Continue reading Humanity= Cars?

Butterflies, ‘Blogging Schedules’ and an Invitation to Help My Bookshelf Explode

Hey there! Before you start kicking and screaming and telling me I’ve been Bad Blogger# 1, let me explain, okay? I have, with expert guidance from my mum, come up with my personal blogging schedule. I’ve been that horrible person who didn’t read all those awesome posts that came up this week and went away on a… Continue reading Butterflies, ‘Blogging Schedules’ and an Invitation to Help My Bookshelf Explode

DIY Geometric Watercolor Initial- Adobe Photoshop

Today I’ve got a little tutorial for all the Photoshop guys out there. I recently discovered something really cool while playing around with PS, and I thought you might enjoy it! I really love the Rasterize option. It is my everything. I usually use it just for fun, or to tinker with my text and… Continue reading DIY Geometric Watercolor Initial- Adobe Photoshop