I build clean and functional interfaces that comply with the latest standards. But that’s just a part of it. Design is my life. It’s something I do before going to bed, and something I can’t wait to do in the mornings. Without it, my world would be black and white.

My journey so far

Art and design have been an important part of me since my childhood. I was that kid who doodled behind all their notebooks and spent every free minute doing something creative.

I pursued my graduation in Information Science and Engineering. During college, I would actively participate in creative department work. This is when my interest in design peaked. Being curious and fascinated with aesthetic side of design, I self-learnt the very basics of designing at that time.

I started out as a graphic designer at a marketing agency which gave me an opportunity to work on multiple domains and products with established local brands. This journey helped me strengthen my skills as a multi-disciplinary designer.

Over the course of time I transitioned into product designing after completing my formal training in a design bootcamp. This allowed me to develop skills like empathy, communication, and cultivating a human centred design process.

Today, I work with Gojek where I focus on interaction design, data visualisation through user research and testing. A while back, I worked at Indegene Exeevo, improving solutions for patient engagement platforms to help build a digital healthcare ecosystem. I co-led on the team based continuous user research and testing, defining brand guidelines and design systems to unify the cx.

As a designer, I'm always open to learning new skills and adapting to new industries as long as I am solving meaningful problems that help people. Currently, I'm learning more about business values and product management to be able to design and innovate better.

I also love illustrating, branding and comic art. In my free time, I explore digital and traditional art practices. Off late, I’ve been drawn to meditation & mindfulness activities.