About Me

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Me Hardik Gandhi a Blogger ,Web designer, Content Writer,Graphics Designer and CEO of Techno Disc Web Solution.I also provide Web Design at lowest rates and with all facilities, also Writes Gujarati Books..

Brithday 23-06-1993
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Email contact@hardikgandhi.in
Website www.hardikgandhi.in
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My Skill

Master of Computer Science and Web designer,Graphics Designer,Guide and Tutor.

Digital Marketing Specialist, and all Digital plateform Support.


My Services

What i offer

Theme Design

simply dummy text of the printing and type setting industry when an unknown printer took a galley

Website Design

A transactional Web Feature Service (WFS-T) allows creation, deletion, and updating of features.

UI/UX Design

It includes icons, social network icons, text elements. They are easily customizable and have color control.

Graphic Design

design is an approach to web page creation that makes use of flexible layouts, flexible images and cascading style sheet media queries.


Web support and Security at all time, the main service is support to client.

SEO Marketing

Modern and Contemporary in design are not one in the same, as many people might think, so we have to introduce it to them.


Happy Clients


Projects Done


Awards Won


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My Portfolio

What i do
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My Experience

My Recent Experiences
Apr 2014 - Mar 2015
Software Engineer

Applied the principles of software engineering to the design, development, maintenance, testing, and evaluation of computer software.ed.

Apr 2015 - Mar 2016
Web Developer

Responsive for the coding, design and layout of a website according to a client's specifications. As the role takes into consideration user experience and function, a certain level of both graphic design and computer programming is necessary.sed.

Apr 2016 - Present
Frontend Developer

Using HTML/CSS...JavaScript/jQuery. Frameworks. ..Responsive Design. ...Testing/Debugging. ...Browser Developer Tools. ...Web Performance.

My Blog

Latest blog

We tend to think of life in terms of accomplishments, rather than experiences. But life is meant to be live with the “goal” of being present in the moment.
This is how to live a meaningful life. Not by having goals and doing things merely to reach those goals, but to live in awareness.
For the most part, society is distracted from this principle. Society tries to derive meaning through status, material wealth, and arbitrary goals.
Take the pressure off. Forget about your goals and plans and just be in the moment. Let each moment guide you.
This isn’t about being undisciplined. That’s a different type of letting go. This is about not trying to control everything. It’s about allowing inner wisdom to guide you.
Goals and plans are often disrupted by reality anyway. Having a general direction makes sense, but details written in stone don’t.


It’s rare to get the chance to understand how and where some of the world’s best CEOs do their thinking.
Unless of course, you’re Reid Hoffman.
As part of his podcast, Masters of Scale, he interviews CEOs like Mark Zuckerberg, Brian Chesky and Reed Hastings. And one question he asks them all is:
“What’s your favourite place to think big?”
Unfortunately, he’s never shared the answers to this question before.
Until now.

Where CEOs like to go to think big

Here are some examples taken from the last episode of the second series.
“Oh my god. The Walt Disney family museum.” Brian Chesky (CEO, Airbnb)​
“Running by the Golden Gate Bridge.” Mariam Naficy (CEO, Minted)​
“My lawn, pacing around in circles.” Mark Zuckerberg (CEO, Facebook)​
Anywhere with you, I mean, when I’m rubbing elbows with other people who are not in my space listening to them talk about what they do, makes me better.” Nancy Lublin (CEO, Crisis Text Line)​
“My living room at home in Santa Cruz.” Reed Hastings (CEO, Netflix)​
“Somewhere beautiful in nature.” (Peter Thiel,​ entrepreneur)
“I keep very strange hours, I have this span of time between 2:00 AM and 5:00 AM, usually, in which I do a lot of thinking and a lot of work. It’s a when, not a where.” Caterina Fake (Co-founder, Flickr and Hunch)​
“Walking anywhere.” Evan Williams (Former CEO, Twitter)​
“The treadmill.” Sheryl Sandberg (COO, Facebook)
“I think getting a feeling of a good office down is really important for good thought. I saw what I thought was the perfect office which was a Japanese teahouse basically with beautiful custom wood by itself in a forest.” Sam Altman (President, Y Combinator​)
“A dance studio.” Payal Kadakia (Founder, ClassPass)
“Taking walks and driving, are for me, a good time to think about things.” Bill Gates (Co-Chairman, Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation)
“My surfboard and then my bike.” Mark Pincus (Executive Chairman, Zynga)​
“In nature, because on one side, it really grounds you to see how incredibly extraordinary nature is. On the other, it really stimulates you to think big, to dream and be ambitious.” John Elkann (CEO, Exor​)
“​I do my best thinking essentially in Cafe’s or new spaces. Places that I haven’t been in a lot, usually requires a little bit of bustle, it doesn’t have to have people or not, but it has to have a thing where I can really focus on just a blank page — a new part of thinking.” (Reid Hoffman, entrepreneur)
It’s clear to me that none of them do their best thinking in a traditional office. They do it in places where they feel more relaxed or inspired.
I’m the same, I find I do my best thinking when I’m in the shower, walking in the park or going for a run.
Where do you do your best thinking?




Steps to Achieving Success in Life
Ø Find the purpose or goal of your life:

People who know what they want and have set a course for achieving their goals are generally happier than those that just let life happen to them. Identify the things you love to do, the things that give you satisfaction. Once you identify what you love to do, use this information to find the purpose of your life or the objective of your life.
Ø Don’t Fear Failure:
So often we are taught in our lives that failing is a bad thing. Failure is almost always placed at odds with success. Yet without failure few would know the way to success. No one ever did it right all the time. But most that have experienced some success have failed at some point.
Ø Take Risks:

Life is more fun and exciting when we take risks. At the end of the day there is truth to the statement, “nothing ventured, nothing gained.” But be calculated - risk should not be taken for risk’s sake. Opportunity may knock, but it may not stand around very long. Be ready to go on an adventure at the knock of a door. A successful life includes not having regrets for not having taken enough risks.
Ø  Don’t Stop Learning:
The more you know, the more you realize you do not know. Formal education just scratches the surface and is a drop of our capacity to learn. Knowledge, no matter how insignificant it may appear to be, gives us a reason to get out of bed every morning. Make it a habit to learn something new each day. Treat knowledge like a new friend. Life is so much more satisfying when we make a new friend every day.
Ø Do Not Settle:

Success is a process – not an event. Some goals may happen overnight. Others require more time, energy, and alignment of some planets. Do not get discouraged. Keep plotting forward with your plan. Evaluate your progress and make course corrections. Keep your goal top of mind and keep your feet moving. 
Ø Seek a Mentor:

While there are advantages to failing, failure for failure’s sake is of limited use. Work towards success and deal with failure as a by-product of a well-developed plan. The best way to achieve success and limit failure is to work with someone that has already been down the same road. There is plenty that can go wrong as we travel down the road towards success. By eliminating the low hanging fruit on the tree of failure we improve the odds of success and ensure that we experience only the most worthy type of failure. And remember to thank your earliest mentors, your parents, teachers, and others, who inspired you to succeed and set you on your journey.

Ø Network:

“I’ve learned that people will forget what you said, people will forget what you did, but people will never forget how you made them feel.” 
No one in this world achieved success on their own. Success requires that you lean on someone for support. That’s where the network comes in. True networking means being of service to those in the network – and not expecting something in return. Then when needed, the network will find a way to return the favour.


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Me Hardik Gandhi a Blogger ,Web designer, Content Writer,Graphics Designer and CEO of Techno Disc Web Solution.I also provide Web Design at lowest rates and with all facilities, also Writes Gujarati Books..e

  • Ahmedabad,Gujarat
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