System and Service Design

Engaging into holistic design thinking, research and co-creation for designing effective user systems and services.

DfCE : Design for Circular Economy

In 2016, I was selected for the Schmidt-MacArthur Fellowship under Ellen MacArthur Foundation, United Kingdom. An international programme for postgraduate students and academics on the circular economy, the fellowship provides support for design, engineering and business students to explore innovative and creative opportunities in the transition to a circular economy. Under this fellowship, I had the chance to interact with some

Co-Create for Circular Economy : A Co-Design Workshop

Participatory design engages multiple creativity experts to engage into a common discussion of ideation and design. The constraints of one mind often gets dodged with multiple perspectives put together. The following workshop was conceptualized to aware designers on circular economy and together experiment ideation and ideation techniques on a live system project. This co-creating workshop was

Design Thinking Workbook for Effective Social Services

Design Thinking is perceived as the new age methodology to make services, products and systems more effective for a better co-living. In our system design project aimed at facilitating individuals, group of individuals and social organizations for effective social services, we studied the act of doing social good by studying the different stakeholders, conduct surveys,

The Fabric of Social Seva

Project collaborators: Alisha Nisar, Bhaskarjyoti Das, Ramanuj Nanhoriya and Prof. Praveen Nahar, NID Ahmedabad, India Project Summary: Click here to download In our last assignment under the module of system design, a part of the course of Masters of Design in Product Design, we evaluated the concepts of design intervention for creating a fertile-for-innovation ecosystem that celebrates the

FullUse – P2P Service Design

FullUse is a concept share and lease platform for optimal shared consumption of lifestyle products among urban youth. This was initiated as a part of the Circular Economy Design Hackathon called #hack_dif, organized by Ellen MacArthur Foundation at three different institutes, simultaneously and live, across the world.