1st runner-up CMU Phillips Sleep Challenge
Session co-speaker at Disruptive Innovation Festival organized by Ellen MacArthur Foundation
Hello and welcome!
I found my most valuable life advice from the book The Little Prince. In that Antoine de Saint-Exupéry wrote “It is only with the heart that one can see rightly; what is essential is invisible to the eye.” This later became the guiding principle in my design philosophy.
I try to understand people, and the world that they live in, at a deeper level so that the design goes beyond the obvious.
Over the past few years, I have developed an understanding and appreciation for technology-driven rapid socio-economic changes. My specific interests lie in humanising technology with design solutions that are future-oriented yet grounded in sustainability. Meanwhile I pretend that I completely follow Machine Learning and Blockchain.
It has been my medium to create compelling, distinctive and thought provoking work. My interests of study are wide ranged and sometimes far out; which I like to bring together through design.
The Art of Looking Sideways by Alan Fletcher perennially serves as a source of design inspiration for me.
How did I get here?
Presently, I’m in Pittsburgh I'm continuing my studies in Design for Interactions at Carnegie Mellon University. Over the summer, I was a User Experience Design Intern at Autodesk. Earlier, I was designing mission critical devices as a Senior Industrial Designer at Motorola Solutions in Penang, Malaysia. Previous to that, I was part of the Bosch User Experience Studio in Bangalore where I was involved in creating products and services in the domains of Automotive, Robotics, Additive Manufacturing, Smart Home/Connected Devices, and much more. I completed my undergraduate studies in Product Design, from the National Institute of Design, India.
Thanks for looking in!
Always on the lookout for exciting ideas to work on. If you'd like to collaborate or get in touch, just write to firstname.lastname@example.org
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