A graduate of Applied Art and of UX Design, Abraham has spent over 12 years working across top creative agencies like Ogilvy, JWT, and R/GA, as a Creative Director with stints in Bengaluru and Singapore. Having worked on iconic brands like Nike, Google, Uber, BBC, Siemens, Crocs, Van Heusen and more, he has won several creative awards including the prestigious One Show Design award and has been featured in the Brand Equity list of Top 30 Young Creative Talent in the country. He is currently based out of Kochi and is the Co founder and Creative Director of Hue Why, a colour strategy and design outfit..
We cannot any longer identify universal structures of activities or perception. Therefore, from the Kantian concept of productive imagination we can keep only the idea of productivity, not also the manner in which this productivity materializes. And because imagination was always conceived of as related to sensibility and emotion (even the rationalist Kant, speaking of imagination, describes it as “a blind but indispensable function of the soul” (Critique of Pure Reason A78/B103) ), the products of imaginations are also in Nietzsche related to what the organism feels.
On Thursday 5th of October, Catalyst travels to New York to reveal how the older brain solves seemingly impossible problems in an instant. We also visit Los Angeles and discover that many brain processes actually get faster with age. And intrepid Generation X reporter Dr Jonica Newby goes head to head with Baby Boomer and Futurist Richard Neville in the cognitive assessment challenge you’ll be surprised by whose brain does better at what..
Good ball handling is required if you want to be a good basketball player. If you improve your ball handling you will get better looks at the basket and you will be able to set up your teammates. Everybody wants to get Chris Paul handles but not everyone is willing to do what it takes to have them.
Why? A few key reasons, he says. More than ever, customers are in control. They want options and they want them now, leaving companies to push out product faster than ever. Her voice seems a little lighter than on Back to Me, and a little prettier. She seems to take getting it right very seriously based on the amount of time she spent fiddling with her in ear monitors, and one has to say they seem to work pretty well based on the output. And of course not just her voice is excellent, but lyrics are great too, making you want to listen again and again.