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.” 

 


I must say that now it’s the most exciting time of the year. The vulnerability is high among people, business organizations as this is the transition we all await to reflect our past achievements and set future agendas!

Just today in the morning newspaper, I stumbled upon Mr. Ajit Ranade’s column intended to elaborate on the various small and kind resolutions one can keep up in order to upgrade one’s human qualities. It suited perfect to sketch out my writing as I too have been thinking about how to express my thoughts on the resolutions in my monthly dose of blog. So here’s how I have enjoyed articulating my thoughts on Hybreed.