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Darshan Gajara
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Product Designer | Maker of Product Disrupt | Contributor at InVision | Previously at BookMyShow, Wishberry, Panda & more…
Product Designer | Maker of Product Disrupt | Contributor at InVision | Previously at BookMyShow, Wishberry, Panda & more…

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Free Photos – Chandigarh, India

Location: Chandigarh, India
Date: December 2017
Camera: Canon 1300D
Dimensions: 5184 x 3456
License: Free for Personal & Commercial Use
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Free Photos – Kheer Ganga, India

Location: Kheer Ganga, India
Date: December 2017
Camera: Canon 1300D
Dimensions: 5184 x 3456
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A Conversation with +Nguyen Le of Verse

I’ve been following Nguyen’s work and his stories for quite some time now and I won’t hesitate to say that I’ve learned more from Nguyen than any other designer or a book about the process of design.

Nguyen is a passionate designer and an incredibly humble guy. He’s only 30 and has already been professionally designing for more than 10+ years. From his consistency with Verse Journal to his hunger for making digital products, there’s a lot about Nguyen that inspires me.

Let’s learn more about Nguyen and his design journey.
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A Conversation with +Sebastien Gabriel of +Google Design

Sebastien moved to the US from France in 2012 to join Google. The story of his move is a courageous one and has inspired many, including me.

Sebastien spends most of his time at Google working on our favorite browser – Chrome. He’s a believer of simple, clean and precise UI design. I absolutely admire how he shares his design process, case studies and personal stories on Medium to help others improve on their own design and life as a whole. He’s also a wonderful photographer and often shares his photos for free on Unsplash.

Let’s learn more about Sebastien and his design journey.
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Free Photos – Manali, India

Location: Manali, India
Date: December 2017
Camera: Canon 1300D
Dimensions: 5184 x 3456
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A Conversation with +Dennis Salvatier – Tanoshiboy

Dennis first caught my eye with his ultra adorable Lil BFFs series and I’ve been his humble follower ever since. Dennis is that kind of an artist whose work you see being featured on some of the cool sites that you follow and then you just can’t resist but go on Google to find out more about this artist.

I’m always blown away by his choice of color, depth of detailing and his unique style of making illustrations. Given a pen and paper, I bet, Dennis can even turn the scariest of a character into an adorable one.

Dennis believes that great and effective design is the product of creativity, knowledge and information. He has been putting that philosophy to the test for more than 15 years working for all size of companies.

Let’s learn more about Dennis and his way of making art.
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Free Photos – Dharamshala, India

Location: Dharamshala, India
Date: December 2017
Camera: Canon 1300D
Dimensions: 5184 x 3456
License: Free for Personal & Commercial Use
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What did I do in North India?

I went on a 14 days backpacking trip to North of India in the month of December in 2017. I wasn’t completely aware of what I was getting into, but it turned out to be quite an adventure.

From feeling the snow for the first time to being stuck on a rock in the pitch black night while trekking to Kheer Ganga, this is going to be fun. Let’s get to it.
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Cold & Tall

Loved hiking these mountains. The sunlight brought these snow-covered mountains to life.

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Ghatotkach’s Reign

Just 5 minutes walk from Hadimba Temple in Manali, there’s this tree holding the horns of the demons that Ghatotkach slaughtered in various battles during the times of Mahabharata.

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