Hey there! I’m Amar Chadgar, an Interaction & Industrial Designer and this page is an attempt to collect, curate and present some of my work.

Greener Shelf

Greener Shelf

Savannah College of Art and Design
Industrial Design
User Research

Conceptualized, designed and built a wall hanging modular product that uses a combination of water-wick system and hydroponics for a low maintenance, mess-free mini garden that utilizes unused vertical spaces indoors.

with Fang Ben, Nathan Porterous

Unforget

Unforget

Fields of View, Bangalore, India
Interface Design
Information Design

Unforget is a platform to report updates on the aftermath of crimes against women through crime cards. Crime cards are records of crimes that contain information about crime and aim to provide updates through crowd-sourcing and curated information sources.

with Onkar Hoysala, Harsha K, Murali Krishna and Bharath Palavalli

Electricity Market Game

Electricity Market Game

Center for Study of Science, Technology and Policy, Bangalore, India
Interface Design
Front-end Development

I designed and developed the interface for Electrcity Market at CSTEP, a game to model the power exchange part of the electricity market.

with Mudit Ameta, Murali Krishna, Smita Kumari Dolly, Aditi Murthy and Niket Narang

Taskgaper

Taskgaper

Interaction Design
Interface Design

Taskgaper is a simple time logging web application that allows you to track time while you work.

Fields of View

Fields of View

Fields of View, Bangalore, India
Interface Design
Communications Design
Print Design

At Fields of View, I also worked as an in-house designer and was in charge of building the organisation's visual identity.

Visualising Health Guidelines

Visualising Health Guidelines

Fields of View, Bangalore, India
Information Design
Content Curation

This project aims to use the medium of visual communication to make health guidelines more effective and accessible by making them language agnostic and meaningfully categorized.

with Onkar Hoysala, Harsha K, Murali Krishna and Bharath Palavalli

Budget Game Infographic

Budget Game Infographic

Fields of View, Bangalore, India
Information Design
Content Curation

The goal of the project was to create a game that will help the marginalised and the semi literate understand the municipal budget of Bangalore. The game intends to increase public participation and to include the marginalised in the budget planning process. The poster shown here was created to communicate the idea of the game and what it aimed to achieve.

Hey there! I’m Amar Chadgar, an Interaction & Industrial Designer and this page is an attempt to collect, curate and present some of my work.

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