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About Hari Nallan : Since 2004, Think Design's methods powered mission critical initiatives of few of the most renown companies and brands; creating impact across industry verticals and millions of users. With its presence across five studios in India and USA run by more than a hundred design minds, Think Design envisions being one of the most widely networked design consultancies in this world.

Think Design's work is in the space where customers interact with businesses: For consuming information, carrying out daily tasks, making key decisions or buying things. Think Design has powered global fortune companies and disruptive startups alike, in the domains of Banking and Financial services, Non profit and social impact organisations, New & Media companies, Defence systems, Education, Telecom and Healthcare to mention a few.

Think Design's breadth is its biggest strength.
STATEMENT OF ART:
Design is a way of doing things. Through several centuries of design practice, humans have tried to develop scientific ways of thinking and doing design. As a Design Thinker, I am intrigued by methods that combine the best of both Science and Art and contribute to this world... looking at the known and developing the unknown.

ORGANIZATION:
Think Design Collaborative Pvt. Ltd.

NON-DESIGN OCCUPATION:
Teacher Education, research, training

EDUCATION:
2002,
Industrial Design,
National Institute of Design (NID), India

EXPERIENCE:
2002-2003: Anchor Panasonic, Mumbai
2004-2017: Think Design Collaborative, New Delhi

AWARDS:
Zelante Furniture Design award, 2001, First Prize, Zelante Furniture
Delphi International Design award, 2003, Second Prize, NID
India's Best Design Studio Awards, 2016, POOL Magazine, India
People's choice awards, Creativepool Annual, 2017, Application design

COMPUTER LITERACY:
Adobe Photoshop/ Advanced
Microsoft Powerpoint/ Expert
Microsoft Excel/ Intermediate
Sublime Text/ Intermediate

COURSES, SEMINARS AND WORKSHOPS::
Research Methodologies, NID, India.
Design Thinking Workshop, NASSCOM, India.
Design Thinking and Product Innovation course, Arthur Lokjack Graduate School of Business, Trinidad and Tobago.

WEB SITE:
www.thinkdesign.in

PORTFOLIO URL:
www.thinkdesign.in

REGISTRATION DATE:
2017-01-08 18:28:38

COUNTRY:
India

ACCOUNT TYPE:
Agency

Awards received by Hari Nallan


Abt Healthcare Toolkit

A' Design Award Winner for Public Awareness, Volunteerism, and Society Design Category in 2016
Abhishek Majumder & Deepali Saini for Think Design Collaborative

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