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Addr – Short & Unique Address Codes

Addr creates short & unique address codes for any location, be it your home, an event venue or a hangout point in a crowded place and thus, simplifies sharing location and navigation.

The design language of the app is simple, succinct & playful.


Home Screen Design



Map location!



Map zoomed-in



On Tap!



Enter basic info (Optional)



On Tap!



Your location is now saved!




Saved Addresses



Quick action buttons!




Video Curation App for kids

Whizkidz Media provides an app Youhuu that presents a curated list of kids-friendly videos that enriches their knowledge and lets them explore the universe in their own way.

The app also provides a dashboard for parents to know what their kids are exploring.

Few screen artworks created at Digital Dionysus for the App →


A dashboard for parents to see what their kids are exploring!


An expanded View of a tab


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Full Battery Alarm

Logo with 3 bars - green & with protection area of 200px each side
App Icon Design

Overcharging damages your phone’s battery, degrading and eventually killing the battery.

The app ‘Full Battery Alarm‘ helps you prevent your mobile phone battery from being overcharged and notifies you when your phone is plugged and fully charged.

Initial sketches →




App Home Screen Design






App to check App Permissions

Getting ads about personal conversations? Control them here.

Sometime in May 2015, I was discussing about something with my colleagues; and later in the evening I was surprised to see a promotional email related to what I was discussing in the morning, without even searching for it over web. And this wasn’t the first time that it had happened.

Then I checked settings of apps in my phone and found that the browser had the permission for camera and mic together. I wasn’t sure about this being the reason, but I still unchecked those permissions.

But this gave me the idea of an app that can let people control app permissions. So I decided to make a very simple and straightforward prototype.

This app allows to manage permissions for all the installed apps and even vice-versa i.e. which apps have been granted a specific permission.

Within a few days I found this feature in the Android Settings itself for good.


Check out the prototype here →


App Home Screen, showing all the installed apps



Screen showing all the permissions that Amazon Shopping app has!




App Screen that shows all the Permissions



Screen showing all the apps that can access ‘Contacts’