I’m currently designing at MongoDB. I’m currently working on the Stitch team, finding ways to increase developer productivity by focusing on creating a backend-as-a-service product.
During my short tenure at Behalf, I worked on a variety of projects. The majority of my projects were on the Virality squad. There, I focused my efforts on increasing repeat lending business for the customers of vendors on our platform. I found ways to help customers add their other vendors onto the platform, to surface vendors customers want to pay but might not know are on the platform, and greatly reducing friction for sending a payment.
I also designed ways to surface sensitive and timely information to customers about their credit status, risk information, and any action items they need to be aware of. This was tricky since we need to be careful not only about how information it is safe to show for fiduciary purposes, but also what is the right information to display so the customer knows how much to repay, what their credit is, and who they have paid.
I designed and helped implement an analytics app to help oncology providers and other medical stakeholders use their data in order to make better medical decisions.
I designed and helped implement an Angular based application to facilitate manual data ingestion, verification, and entry of medical records.
Codenamed ‘Pigments’, I built a live style guide to document the modular design elements I created for the design system I created for COTA’s family of products.
Most of my time at Saavn was spent leading the product design for Saavn’s Android app. Saavn is a service primarily marketed towards South Asians, for whom Android is by far the leading platform of choice. The lack of stable (and fast) Internet connectivity throughout the region made this a great design challenge to take on.
While at Saavn, we hacked something together for a new social initiative Firefox was heading up. As one of their new social partners, we quickly designed and implemented a sidebar for our listeners.