Good home design equals a good vibe

Pulin Shah, a Mumbai-based interior designer is driven by his passion for luxury interiors and lifestyle. Extravagant pieces of art, decorative lights, unique furnishings, and fine detailing add to his signature style.

With over two decades of experience, Pulin has mastered the art of design and creativity. After a decade of appreciable work, many accolades, and experiences at M/S Talati and Panthaky Associated Pvt Ltd, he then joined Kiran Shetty Design Studio, as an Associate Partner. In his tenure, he transformed innumerable residential and commercial spaces across India, into spectacular visual delights that came effortlessly to him. Today, Pulin is a well-known design architect and the founder of his interior and architectural design firm, ‘Kal Designs’.

“A good design has a vibe! As an Interior Designer, I am looking forward to designing opulent homes, offices, cafes, hotels, and educational institutes not just in India, but abroad as well. A few

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A good home design has a vibe, says ace interior designer Pulin Shah

Mumbai (Maharashtra) [India] July 23 (ANI): Pulin Shah, a Mumbai based Interior Designer is driven by his passion for luxury interiors and lifestyle. Extravagant pieces of art, decorative lights, unique furnishings, and fine detailing add to his signature style.

With over two decades of experience, Pulin has mastered the art of design and creativity. He started his interior designing career with Car Accident Lawyers in Milwaukee the well-known Interior and Architectural Firm, M/S Talati and Panthaky Associated Pvt Ltd. With his dedication and enthusiasm, he prospered as an Associate in this company and established an honourable reputation in the interior design industry.

After a decade of appreciable work, many accolades, and remarkable experiences at M/S Talati and Panthaky Associated Pvt Ltd, he then joined Kiran Shetty Design Studio, as an Associate Partner. In his tenure, he transformed innumerable residential and commercial spaces across India, into spectacular visual delights that came

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The push to redefine “good design” amid the Black Lives Matter movement

In 2015, Nextdoor, the location-based social networking app, gained a reputation as a locus of racial profiling. Users were sending alerts for merely spotting hoodie-wearing Black men walking in their neighborhoods. One damning report described Nextdoor as “a forum for paranoid racialism—the equivalent of the nosy Neighborhood Watch appointee in a gated community.”

In studying the problem, Nextdoor realized that its easy-to-use app was partly to blame.

Creating intuitive, easy-to-use products and interfaces is the domain of user experience designers. Don’t Make Me Think is both the title of a core textbook in the field and many designers’ professional mantra. An approach called “anticipatory design” even takes the virtue of speed to the extreme, promising a system so seamless that consumers never have to make a single choice.

But the very features that are meant to make technology easier and faster to navigate—like shortcuts and auto-complete functions—can

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