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Harish Bhagwani

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graphic design


About me! Hello, I m Harish Bhagwani from Ahmednagar (Maharashtra) for me design is something that gives you ability to raise your opinion in front of others . The Idea could be very simple yet effective that it could create impact on others. There is a lot in the heritage of India itself the way people work a style in the way they percieve things. I always have my sketchbook with me because it helps you to generate more ideas and you never know when can an idea hit you.


Sketching

mediums- Pencil, pen, watercolors


Symbol design- Body and mind nourishment Body and mind nourishment

keywords

flow

natural

fit and fine

energy

final form


visual language

sun is the ultimate source of energy typeface chosen: Aller display abcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyz

abcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyz ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ color pallette

Body and mind nourishment

surya namaskar

swimming Yoga

about the symbol: The circle describes the mind and shows openess and freness and the lines in it shows rays of energy passing through it and the negative space shows the circulation passing inside the body in the form of energy. On observing clearly the form could be seen as two hands in a foreshotning inage saying alright.

Aerobics

Running

exercise regularly to keep mind and body nourished


Illustration

mediums- Pencil, Rotringpen, adobe Photoshop


Its like an experience.I enjoy doing this. I will continue to learn and explore more !


Photography

Photography is about learning the methods .Its something I have started with.


Copywriting- Bharatgas Brief : To create an ad campaign that gives you a message that save gas lead a better life and using 6 lpgs in a year can help in saving the gas for a better future

overcooking

= 1 year’s gas

+

Lack of awarness

=

creates shortage

Don’t just burn it use it


application:


Publication design- The smart manager Brief :

To redesign the existing magzine and to experiment with the layout and understanding the grid the Magzine I had chosen was The Smart Manager. SMART (Strategy+ Marketing+Analysis+ Resources+ Technology)

T h e m o r e a B U S I N E S S k n o w s , the M O R E e a s i l y i t w i l l c o n t i n u e t o LEARN president of Japanese soap-maker Kao, was a devotee of Buddhist philosophy and another proponent of this view. He urged everyone in his company to constantly re-examine themselves and their work, looking not just at how they did things, but why they did them. It was through this process that one

K N O W L E D G E allows us to DISTINGUISH the SIGNALS from the noise Information that is meaningful to us and that we really need—and ‘noise’, information that simply clutters up our inboxes and our minds without being useful. is currently much controversy over the Internet site Wikipedia, which is used as seeking information. Wikipedia authors are anonymous, and literally anyone can post a Wikipedia article on any subject, know much about the subject. Defenders of Wikipedia argue that the great majority of the articles on the site are accurate. True; but some of them aren’t, and how are the uninitiated supposed to know the difference? any media. Just because something appears in print does not mean it is true, but a surprising number of us persist in behaving as if this is the case. When researching important points or answering critical questions, it is usually necessary to collect informawill, hopefully, lead us to something approximating the truth.

THE SMART MANAGER

sep-oct 10

sound of a car horn. But what information is the other driver trying to convey? Is he warning you that you are coming too close? Does he want you to get out of his way? Is he inviting you to pull into an empty space in front of him (improbable, but not entirely impossible)? We see a woman typing on a keyboard, but what is she doing? Writing and the paradox of knowledge Data and information are both very valuable, and we cannot do without them. Businesses rely on them utterly But in order to make them useful, we need knowledge. Knowledge allows us to make judgments about data and information along two key dimensions. First, knowledge allows us to select the data and information are most important and necessary; in other words, to distinguish the signals from the noise. Second, knowledge allows us to make judgments about the reliability of information and data and determines how we should react.Let us go back to the example of the car driving down a street when the driver hears the horn of another car. An inexperienced driver or one who is perhaps still learning to drive will not know what to do. What does this mean? How should he respond? He may still be trying to make up his mind when the other car veers into him, causing an accident. An experienced professional driver, on the other hand, will hear the sound and interpret on the other

hand, will hear the sound and interpret its meaning almost without thinking. He knows exactly what the sound means and knows he must take immediate evasive action to avoid a collision. He knows this because he has been driving for many years and has experienced countless similar situations before. Now put this in a business context. An email comes in reportmonth are down by 5% in the previous month. An inexperienced and immediately become concerned. What does this mean? Is it just a blip or the beginning of a longer downward trend? Might ble? By contrast, a more experienced manager would see the in every year in the past, this is a slow month for sales. People are on holiday and have no need of our products. Come the end of the summer, they will start buybe watched but there is no immediate cause for concern.

www.thesmartmanager.com

of Kao’s chemists had an insight: one of the chemi cal by products of the soap- making process, something that had been discarded as waste, was also a key component in the making of computer a year, it was the largest supplier of disks to the American market.

where the work has beenthe much-admired former president of Japanese soap-maker Kao, was a devotee of Buddhist philosophy and another proponent of this view. He urged everyone in his company to constantly re-examine themselves and their work, looking not just at how they did things, but why they did them. It was through this process of Kao’s chemists had an insight: one of the chemical by products of the soap- making process, something that had been discarded as waste, was also a key component in the making of computer a year, it was the largest supplier of disks to the American market.

It has sometimes been observed that through information we learn what is being done, through knowledge we learn how it is being done and then wisdom sound like it is the most important thing of all. But I do not think so. In my experience, at least in the business world, all three are equally important, and co-equal in importance too with the hard factual data that support and back up our decisions. We need hard facts and we need insight; To read an excerpt from Morgen Witzel’s latest go to page 118.

It has sometimes been observed that through information we learn what is being done, through knowledge we learn how it is being done and then wisdom sound like it is the most important thing of all. But I do not think so. In my experience, at least in the business world, all three are equally important, and co-equal in importance too with the hard factual data that support and back up our decisions. We need hard facts and we need insight;

THE SMART MANAGER

sep-oct 10

www.thesmartmanager.com


Corporate identity- Blue bird publications Brief : To Refine or redesign an existing identity and making it more impactful. The identity I had chosen was Blue Bird (India) publications, pune

existing identity

Moodboard Mindmap


Ideation

color pallete

Typeface: Robust and husky abcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyz

abcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyz

abcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyz

blue bird

education

innovative

proud

freedom


stationery

website


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Looking for an internship for six-eight weeks currently I m in MIT institute of design UG 3rd year

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