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Hello, there! I'm Musthaq Ahamad.
UX Engineer and Visual Designer.

Recent Blogs

Startups and The Survivorship Bias

You might have heard hundreds of stories about entrepreneurs who waived the flag of success. Most of them have been an inspiration to the world. But, do these success stories always help? Let's talk about survivorship bias and how it affects the way we think.

NightLights and The smiling wildfires

Night Light satellite images are one of the most amazing things I have came across while working at locale.ai. It helps us understand how a particular region progressess over time. Here's a take on how I understood the concept.

The Chicken and Egg problem in building digital products

If you are building a digital product which is around content generated by users, you might come across this infamous issue of the chicken and egg. You won't have users till you have contents and you wont have content till you have users.

Architecting HTTP clients in Vue.js applications for efficient network communication

The network layer of a Vue.js application is the entry point of all the external data into your application. HTTP clients, which makes this possible need to be designed to be efficient and should be able to handle all the edge cases in communicating with external APIs.

Architecting Vuex store for large scale Vue.js applications

At the heart of all large scale Vue.js application lies the store which holds all its data. The Vuex store in a Vue.js application acts a a single source of truth which provides great performance and reactivity out of the box.

The Design Process: from thoughts to visuals- Designing a SaaS product (part 1)

Good designs can solve complex problems by abstracting away the complexity from users. I was always fascinated by the fact that how design blinds the complexity with beauty, simplicity, and clarity.

Building complex geo-spatial dashboards with user centric design

Dashboards are complex screens with tons of information thrown at a user. See how we built a complex dashboard with iterative research and designs.