UX Certification Badge from Nielsen Norman Group
I’m a dedicated UX designer with a passion for creating clean, accessible interfaces that encourage discovery. I’m on a mission to build a better internet. I love making products that people actually like using and believe the best design work is done by a team. I have experience in the Education, Finance, Sports, Real Estate, Telecom, Energy & E-commerce industries on a wide variety of digital engagements.

In my different roles as a UX Designer, I led design research, user testing sessions, interaction design, Visual design and UI Development. My process involved user interviews, distillation of foundational research into user personas and a high-level strategy, collaboration on branding and ‘look and feel,’ heavy sketching, wireframing and prototyping, visual design, and collaboration with developers on the little details that matter.

User Research Information Visualisation
Qualitative Data Analysis Quantitative Research
Wireframing Usability Testing
Interface Design Interaction Design
Information Architecture Prototyping
Personas User Journey Mapping


Certificate in User Experience
Nielsen Norman Group UX Certificate
July 2017
Associate Degree in Visual Arts And Design (Major Web Design)
Australian Catholic University, Melbourne
November 2011
Certificate II in Business Management
Carrick Institute of Education, Melbourne
October 2009
Diploma in Graphic Arts And Multimedia
The International Design School, Melbourne
October 2008
Diploma in Computer Engineering (Web Development)
P.D.M. Polytechnic, New Delhi, India
July 2004


Adobe Creative Suite CS3-CS6 Adobe XD, Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign
Wireframing Tools Axure, InVision, UXpin, Marvel, Sketch
Collaboration Tools, JIRA, Trello
User Testing Tools Silverback App, Treejack
Operating Systems Mac OS, Windows, Ubuntu
Mobile Platforms iPhone, Android, Windows
Web Technologies HTML, HTML5, CSS, CSS3, JavaScript, JQuery, LESS/SASS

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