Archit is a graduate student at the Rochester Institute of Technology in Rochester, NY who is looking for full-time roles starting Jan 2019. From doing UX research for Motorola Solutions in the public safety vertical to helping Wish build a robust yet user-friendly merchant platform in the fiercely competitive e-commerce space, he has solved challenges across enterprise and consumer facing products. Currently he is involved in a couple of research projects as a part of his master's program, one of which was accepted for publication at the 17th International Conference for Mobile and Ubiquitous Multimedia – MUM 2018.
He often pens his experiences as an author of the Medium blogs 'UXPlanet' and 'UXCollective'. He was recently awarded the grand prize at the Wish Creative Solutions internal hackathon for his team's internal tool aimed at improving inter-team collaboration and enhancing company transparency. Last year his team was the finalist at the MIT Hacking Medicine Grand Hack '17, awarded for their design-thinking based approach to developing a co-management hack for patients with a bipolar disorder.
In addition to pushing pixels and exploring visual design styles, he loves to binge on in Sci-Fi flicks and Anime over the weekend.
Human-Computer Interaction at RIT: In my own words
Courtesy: Graduate Enrollment Office at RIT