DESIGNER &
LECTURER

 
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Hullo! my name is Nikash SINGH
and like most people, I am many things;

For a short while I'm even a "sponsor" and here's why...



What is the value of good Design?
is it only skin deep or does it change our values, experiences and perceptions? As a Designer, my opinion is obviously biased, but hopefully you're visiting because you envisage that Design will play an important role in your business endeavour or tertiary education.

I’m all about working with (and meeting) people who understand that the way you represent yourself is often a reflection on the worth of what you have to say. Design is about quality. I believe true quality permeates and enriches every detail. Good Design is the visible mark of that quality. In the end, crucially, Design is only as valuable as the worth you place in the way you are represented. And therefore the worth of the Designer is in the precision of their under- standing of Design as a structured enterprise.

“Design creates culture.
Culture shapes values.
Values determine the future.” Robert L. PETERS
“The details are not the details. They make the design” Charles EAMES

I’m a cross disciplinary Designer from Sydney. I combine a penchant for old world values of quality and craftsmanship, with modern techniques and medium. I apply my practical approach to problem solving in print and online, accommodating the entire breadth of an organisation's presence cohesively.

I’m passionate about my work (pardon the cliché) and I'm passionate about using Design for good causes: that's my message. I bring attention-to-detail to the Design process that is best demonstrated through the quality of my results. If my work resonates with the way you see yourself or your company represented, I’d be very keen to hear from you.

“Most enjoyable activities are not natural; they demand an effort that initially one is reluctant to make. But once the interaction starts to provide feedback to the person's skills, it usually begins to be intrinsically rewarding.
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Control of consciousness determines the quality of life.” Mihaly CSIKSZENTMIHALYI