It’s almost been a year since Hybreed first commenced blogging!

It’s been a wonderful experience sharing what we love doing most at Hybreed.

In this post I would like to talk about a 3-worded phrase”Lesser the better”. Lesser the Better is a term pretty often linked with a quality product designing. “Less is more” was first used by an architect Ludwig Mies van der Rohe during the minimalist design movement in the 1960s. Again later, the famed Braun industrial designer Dieter Rams adapted to rephrase to “lesser but better.” 

 


 

The underlying and often unaddressed fear in being brave & staying focused to your dream is that momentum is just as hard to slow down as it is to build.  

Once you start growing as a creator by being persistent, doer, believer,risk-taker, you realise your obligations towards the stakeholders shoots up too in direct proportion with the aforementioned qualities. More the growth, more the expectations!   

 


 

It’s been too long that we had updated our blog, but today’s morning news kicked us! I had to write about this for our readers.

Google has changed a lot over the past 17 years—from the range of their products to the evolution of their look and feel. And today they are changing things up once again. Today, Google is introducing a new logo. Just a month after unveiling a major restructuring of the company, Google is updating its image, too. 

   
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The Story began when I received a Call from one of the Cardinbox’s co-founders, Nachiket (he’s awesome). He was basically curious to know how we at Hybreed use Social Media for Marketing, as they wanted to venture out for their Newly built iOS Application. We hit it off instantly as we talked about each other’s work doings … His few suggestions on how we should move ahead with Virtual Simulation & how he would refer us to His friends made me realise that “hey, if we think same, want same, then why not build bridges together?”
One of the best things to happen to Hybreed after our talk was Cardinbox’s impressive invitation to be one of the First Movers in “Cardinbox’s Startup Initiative”. In this Initiative, they allow their members “free” subscription of their awesome App for a period period of 2 years.

   


     
    One of the greatest things about building your own company is that you have no limits on exploring your creativity. Our minds usually does the marvelous thinking… We may thus end up with endless possibilities to do this, do that; coz let’s face it, we love building brands. And brands are not built overnight. So, the best part of owning a company for me is that I can put my thoughts & ideas into execution to create the brand I want! . It’s a challenging thing to do because ideas and their execution are the two sides of the same coin. There is no remonstrance about the fact that smart blend of ideas and execution leads to success. 
Hybreed’s 404 store was initially too an idea… When we started out, we had one thing in mind-A sellout of hybreed hand painted tees with unique themes! We came up with many different opinions on how to execute the very core idea. But it’s important to realise that you might  have  hundreds of good ideas but how you make those ideas happen is exponentially more important than the idea itself!

……….Wait a minute…don’t get perplexed…. I can explain better!

Hmm…

A lot has been experienced here at Hybreed! On a journey for almost a year and half, we’ve  discovered new horizons, worked hard to accomplish even smallest of our dreams & learnt umpteen number of lessons. I must say, that accomplishing anything is predictably backed by hard work, patience and staying put!!

What’s literally important is, to let seep into us those valuable lessons we learn, and to let go off the negative aspect of each experience. Also, not drooling over it for too long on your achievement or failure is too a considerable important facet of growing up as a company. The attitude of Done-and-Dusted pushes and urges us to achieve more targets.

I slam my fingers on the keyboard frantically in excitement today; hoping our future Hybreeders and fellow Hybreeders read and articulate my take on 8 hashcalls on learning:


 Welcome to the world of Hybreed Blog!

It is with great excitement and sheer pleasure that I commence in the world of blogging. I will be writing (actually,more of sharing), primarily about all the stuff we do at Hybreed, our learnings & experiences (however little they may be) pretty often.

 
Now, 2015 has already got its wings and we are migrating from the past to the upcoming productive future!….Remembering the journey so far, a lot has been changed in a year; Hybreed rebranding, our first LOGO, relaunching our website ….. 2013 was an arduous year for us.
But slowly things seem to be revamping. I don’t intend be digressive on the past. Instead , would love to share my experience with Our Brand new ‘404 Store‘ !! An epoch in Hybreed’s history.