Subir Dey

Subir Dey
Indian Institute of Technology Delhi | IIT Delhi · Department of Design

Doctor of Philosophy

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Introduction
I am currently working as an Assistant Professor in the Department of Design at IIT Delhi. My work is available at www.subirdey.net
Additional affiliations
April 2018 - December 2019
National Institute of Design Ahmedabad
Position
  • Associate Faculty
Description
  • Graphic Design
Education
July 2013 - April 2018
Indian Institute of Technology Guwahati
Field of study
  • Comics Studies

Publications

Publications (12)
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Pandemic. The unforgettable word is now etched in our memories forever. The following comic is created from a personal view of a Graphic communication educator who, like million others, is standing in resilience. This is an account of my teaching-learning moments since the lockdown in India.
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This visual essay is for students who would like to use sequential art as a visual thinking tool in their design projects. Sequential art has been found to be an effective tool for communicating multimodal complex ideas and ease the process of communication. The paper is presented in a sequential art format to emphasize the whole idea of visual thi...
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ComIN stands for Comics in India . As the name suggests, the discussions under this will be largely surrounded by primarily two themes: Comics+India. The need for such a space has been felt for a long time. A space that provides the scope of dialogues to researchers, practitioners, publishers, and fans of the medium.International Conference on Indi...
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A story in a comic book employs different visual elements such as images, text, speech balloons, caption boxes, symbols, and sound effects. These elements work in harmony to convey the narrative to the reader. The Sound-Symbolic Words (SSWs), popularly studied as onomatopoeias, represent various sounds to enhance the visual narrative. This paper pr...
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Want to learn how to create interesting stories in VR!... Join us at IndiaHCI 2019 on November 3, 2019. For more info, visit: vrcomics.wordpress.com
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This article discusses Sound Symbolic Words through a transnational lens with focus on Bengali to Hindi translation. The aspects that are effected while transnational are discussed and the arguments are presented in a comics format.
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Need for a design of a part or as a whole of a utility item/issue and ergonomics considerations interact in an intertwined way while re looking the issue either for the betterment of existing product or to develop a new one. Around 4000 students of 13 hostels use bicycles in IIT Guwahati campus and identity of bicycles is an issue. The present stud...
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Sound is an invisible and intangible effect found in nature which is conveyed in different techniques in different media (films, novels etc.). Sound Symbolic Words or SSW are known as comprising of word categories that resemble or convey sound (audible as well as inaudible). As printed comic books have to rely on visual perception to create the sou...
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Comics are cultural artifacts that narrate stories through sequential images. With the turn of the century, these artifacts are being understood as a form of visual language. To understand the visual language of comics, it is imperative to study its core components: image and text. In this paper, the status of sound symbolic words used in Indian co...
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