While the idea that a person’s wellbeing playing a critical role in the realm of design is not new, design experts have increasingly encouraged young designers to better understand the relationship between nature, human biology and the environment. The main reason being that the true essence of a designer is made up of one-part visual art, one-part business, one-part marketing and one-part psychology. The latter however, is more commonly overlooked by the vast majority especially in our increasingly urbanised world.
Amidst our current shiny new era of hyper capitalism, green is slowly emerging as the new black. Sustainable fashion and sustainable issues in fashion are finally gaining traction across the board with it becoming an integral part of dialogue in the industry.
As creatives, we're constantly asked to 'think outside the box' but have you ever stopped to wonder the 'what', 'where' and 'how' of the phrase?
People often say that there isn't enough time in a day to do everything they need and though that may be true in some ways, let's not forget that the key to any success lies in two magical words: time management.
Worried about time management? Fret not for we have a few easy tips that can help you streamline your work and move forward with confidence towards success and peak productivity.
Time is all we have and it is a limited resource. As an individual, be it for your studies or your work, streamlining tasks and making the most of time is the only way to inch closer to your goals. As students taking your first flight into the profession world, the key task is to equip yourself with time management skills. We have 24 hours in a day and what you do with that time directly impacts your productivity and your goals in the long run.
The Gurukul School of Design marks a deliberate and premeditated shift from any other design school in India. Soaked in tradition, the GSD curriculum has been cleverly structured to equip the students with the complete skill set required to create visionaries and future entrepreneurs. Unlike most design institutes that rely heavily on a western template, GSD’s program comprises a module on Gurukul Well-Being that will help the students strike a balance between their professional and personal goals and aspirations.
Yes, it is true that you don't have to be an artist to join a design school. However, it is necessary to fully gauge and ascertain the possible career paths that you can opt for if you do make a conscious decision to take admission in a design school.
Are you confused about what degree to pursue post class 12? With college admission procedures on in full swing, we are pretty sure that you are losing your mind over which stream to pursue! With societal norms silently dictating the choice of course and your personal interests swaying towards the opposite direction probably, you are more often than not left in a perpetual dilemma. Sounds identifiable, right? Fret not! If you are good at communication, writing, sketching, or may be have a knack for something unique, we have something really interesting up our sleeve that may totally define and shape your future career!
Importance of electronic gadgets, as tools in the world of design, is unquestionably the most innovative frontier since the invention of the fax machine. The speed with which one can actually transform an idea into reality as multiplied over 10,000 times in this very decade, the way fashion brands unveil their collections too has gone through a major transformation.
The important decision of choosing the right education should never be under any influence or followed blindly. Today’s decision is what will define your future. The way the world is changing with each passing day, the method of teaching design too needs to evolve. To guarantee success & fulfill the burgeoning demand of new talent in the Fashion industry, education must evolve from semester to semester, to supplement students with new techniques, market behavior and help them understand how to run their own businesses or work with an established brand, once out of design school.