We are now at an inflection in the digital evolution, and for design to be really impactful, it has to step out from the realm of designers. Which brings up the question: what would designer do, if everybody is a designer.
Watch Nazim Iqbal in conversation with host Ashutosh Garg of A Brand Called You. Nazim shares his journey as entrepreneur and designer, his motivations, and his evolution into a ‘humanist-designer’. And of course, the birth of HUDE Studio.
So, how can a product designer or UI/UX designer or any other kind of designer become part of the solution for climate change? What can a designer do to influence or impact climate change, even if in a small way?
HUDE Studio participated in the CXN Live Start-up Pitchfest Final on 28 June 2022. As one of the six finalists, we had the opportunity to rub shoulders with global thought leaders in the CX space – a great experience overall.
25 May 2022. Ethics in design enlivens the promise of a product being well-integrated (and sustainable) in its physical world with its social realities. Based on the powerful concept of product stewardship, it helps to ‘regulate’ design to provide meaning to people and societies.
6 May 2022. Ethical design is a key foundational principle, and focuses on the user and their stated and unstated needs, expectations. And most importantly, their rights. Always.
22 April 2022. Increasingly customers are demanding that businesses support real people and causes. Brand storytelling is a powerful way for organisations to deepen bonds with the customer.
8 April 2022. Nazim Iqbal, Founder of HUDE Studio, and a thought leader in the realm of Human Design, was recently interviewed by the publication, Great Companies. Here is an excerpt…
30 March 2022. Financial institutions should ensure digital touch points are designed as conversations – real and human. This will earn them trust, and also inspire pride in their employees.
15 March 2022. The pandemic accelerated digital adoption. The need to be digitally astute and accessible now cuts across sectors. Unfortunately, the war threatens to undo the progress. It is a threat that could stall the humanising of digital with the conflict pushing a dehumanising narrative in multiple dimensions.