Warm welcome to my website. I am a man of multiple interests. I design, I code, I write and I do business. I take part in various events and network with like minded people. I look forward to connect with people who want to build cool products on the web and mobile. I am all ears to new innovative ideas. If you have something in mind and looking to team up with someone to implement it, I could be of help. Let us meet at a suitable Cafe Coffee Day!
My articles on UI/UX design:
I blog about my thoughts on UI/UX design and other stuff at designthoughts.co
I am working as a UI/UX designer at HatchForce - a startup focussed on making innovative web and mobile products.
The Startup Leadership Program (SLP) is a highly selective, 80-hour, 6-month world-class training program and lifetime network for outstanding founders and innovators. I am selected as a fellow for the Hyderabad Chapter for the year 2013-14.
I work as the Chief Operations Officer at HatchStation, a co-working space for startups in Hyderabad. I take care of branding and organizing various meetups for entrepreneurs and techies in the local community.
I quit my services startup for various reasons and working as a freelancer now. Please check with me for any design/web work.
I co-founded a design firm called Desto Creative Solutions which offers services in Web design and development, UI/UX and Infographics. I was the design head of all the projects at Desto. I quit this firm for various reasons.
I cracked IIT JEE 2008 with a cool All India Rank of 530. I was interested in cars. Anything about them. Hence joined Mechanical Engineering but found out that cars actually make up to only 5% of the whole curiculum. Naturally being disappointed, I started designing cars in 3D! :-) I graduated with a B.Tech degree and C.G.P.A. of 8.2 out of 10.
After being a consistent topper in school and achieving state 1st rank in J.V. Rao talent test for 2 consecutive years in 2004 and 05, I moved to Hyderabad for 11th and 12th. And I got 981 out of 1000 and stood as State 6th in Intermmediate final examinations in 2008.
To get an idea of the process I follow for design projects, take a look at the presentation below.