The Indian mobile-obsessed designers of The New York Times are trying to convince users of their mobile-friendly designs.
And in doing so, they’ve hit on one big design quirk that will change how people navigate their phones.
This is how India’s design world will change with a mobile-focused design language:Designers of The Times design language, which aims to create a mobile app that’s designed to work on mobile devices, have decided that a mobile user interface is a design quirky design problem.
They call it mobile-centric design, or MCT, and they say they have solved it.
They have a blog, a mobile design agency, and a mobile designer named Gyanesh Raghavendra, who writes on his website.
But this is not a blog that talks about mobile-specific design.
This is a blog for all things mobile, including apps.
So what is MCT?
What exactly is Mct?
In short, it’s a design language for mobile devices.
You could use a language to design a tablet or a smartphone, but in a MCT environment, everything is designed to fit on a screen.
The design language MCT aims to capture the user’s experience on a mobile device.
And its goal is to create apps that will fit on the screen, so they can be used on a tablet, a smartphone or a desktop.MCT is designed for both mobile devices and desktop browsers.
The designers of MCT design language want apps to work well on mobile browsers, but they also want to make sure that they work well in mobile browsers as well.
So they make sure there are no weird corners.
You can’t have a navigation bar on a web page.
The designer makes sure there’s not a pop-up box on a phone, for example.
MCT allows for this.
The designers say that the app design language has changed in the past 10 years, partly because of the rise of smartphone devices.
People used to design their apps with a tablet in mind.
Now, people design their phones with a desktop in mind too.
The design language that the Times is using is an extension of a different design language developed by Gyaneshe Raghavan, who is based at the architecture firm Giambattista Giusto.
The Times is also using Raghavin’s design language as a base for its apps.
The reason for this is that they have a very specific purpose in mind when designing for mobile phones, according to Raghvendra.
They want to build apps that work best on a variety of mobile devices at a variety in terms of device size, screen size and screen orientation.
In a previous post, we mentioned that there are many different design languages.
What’s different about this one?
It’s an MCT-based design language.
It’s designed for mobile-device-based apps.
This means that the design language includes a lot of design rules, like what sizes the apps should fit on.
It also includes a few design rules like the orientation of the app, how to handle screen transitions and other things.
It includes rules for app sizes, too, such as the width and height of each app.
There are also rules for the screen sizes.
This gives you some basic guidelines to know what you should do with an app on different screen sizes and different screen orientations.
This makes it easy for the designers to create app-specific apps, which can be optimized to work with different devices.
But what does this mean for developers?
Developers who want to work in the MCT world will have to learn how to design for mobile and desktop devices, Raghava says.
Developers who are designing for desktop browsers will also have to know about MCT and how to work there.
This will be a challenge.
It will be very different for app designers, he says.
This also means that developers are going to have to be more flexible in their design.
They are going, for instance, to have a whole different set of rules for how to make a desktop app.
That’s because there are different rules for desktop apps in India.
This also means the developers of mobile apps have to understand MCT to be able to make their app-like experiences.
So, they have to design in different ways.
And what about designers who are working in a different field?
They will have the ability to design and test mobile apps on a desktop browser.
Developers of apps that can be built for desktop are also going to be the ones who are going through this process.
But designers are going the other way, too.
They’ll have the opportunity to design on mobile, too to ensure that they don’t have to build their apps in a mobile browser.
This allows the designers more freedom to design things in a way that is mobile-centered.
And this will be more difficult for designers who have a background in the design and development of desktop apps.
For instance, designers who design for a large, complex