Two years back on a downgraded perverted Monday morning, the Daily Mail wrote, “A distinguished Oxford contemporary claims Cameron once took part in an outrageous initiation ceremony at a Piers Gaveston event, involving a dead pig,”. The story went haywire on social media spinning off into hashtags, memes, troll profiles and all sorts of virtual degeneracy. The celebrities, elites and senior politicians got there share of fun too and the whole world gossiped on about it. By the end of that day the distinguished Daily Mail journalist, who co-authored the book along side Lord Ashcroft, came out with the admission that they had nothing to prove these allegations. Nine months later on 24th June, David Cameron resigns as the Prime Minister of UK.
News or newspapers
“News” is the undercurrent of the world, rich in information, heavy with emotions and degenerating at its worst. It has evolved through the times, forcefully changed structures and taken the shape of tools to best harvest and propagate information in every context. In our daily routine we come across multiple scenarios where we need to enquire into depths of current affairs revolving around our careers, our lives, interests and often our families.
A lot of us working as designers often find this question staring at us eminently — how can I express how I do this?
It is a caveman misconception that portfolios aren’t important to us and everyday more and more of us seem to have to take up this daunting task. In fact that won’t do either, you gotta really get into the details and why?