I am a User eXperience (UX) Designer from Thiruvananthapuram, God’s own country, Kerala. I currently work as Lead Consultant, Experience Design (XD) in a leading firm.
I am ambitious and determined to be the way I am. Yes, the transition from being a pessimist to being an optimist has been mobilising. ‘Quiet and Simple’ are the two words that best describe me.
“The quieter you become, the more you can hear.” – Baba Ram Das.
And, when I say quiet, I mean I am 107 miles away from posting on social media sites. You will find me on LinkedIn and Twitter though.
I have seen users being pushed to poorly designed products which are difficult to use. My aim is to create designs, which bring out positive and effective experiences.
Quality interaction with the client is the Key Success Factor for any project. I catch hold of the provided insights and deliver the best creative product. As an UX Consultant, both for web and mobile, my goal is to give a beautiful life to your stunning ideas.
Good Design ends up in Good Experiences, always.
My Journey to UX
After my stint as a Visual Aid Specialist, I joined QBurst Technologies as a Quality Assurance Engineer. One month flew by, when they asked if I could jump into the UX team.
And questions started floating in my mind: What is UX? What is my role as an UX Engineer? What am I supposed to do? What will be my learning experience? Where will I be one year down the line?
Amidst all these questions, I decided to give it a shot. After all, you grow only when you learn new things. It was tough in the beginning, but toiling hard made me what I am, a successful Experience Design Consultant.
I am not a vocalist, nor a bathroom singer. But yes, I love music and singing. Those are my passion; since eternity. I don’t have attachment with a specific genre, I listen to all songs on my frame of mind.
I am a foodie; I love to cook and I have a keen interest in trying out something new; from pizza on the rocks to dosa between the sheets.
I am a deep thinker.
I think about the negatives, as well as the positive user experiences.
Someone, somewhere, might be using a laptop. What is that person using it for? Will he/she be using some other device for the same function? Does that person face the problems as I do? And what might be the solution(s)?
You might feel that I am spending time aimlessly. But, take my words, it helps… a lot. No matter how stupid you feel your questions are, think about them, ask them and you will acquire meaningful insights.