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My Name is Brajesh Chakraborty

Currently based in Hyderabad, India where I am leading and managing innovations for various clients at LTIMindtree with the title of Senior UX designer. I have 6 years of progressive experience handling design projects in diversified verticals with varied scopes, objectives, and business goals. I am a product obsessive and like to craft intuitive and optimised experiences that are functional yet enjoyable to use.


This platform showcases a few of my professional projects and side hustles. The case studies here are presented in a limited capacity due to the confidential nature of the projects. For more details please reach out to me at

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Work Experience

Jun 2022 - Present

LTIM- Sr. UX Designer

  • Collaborated with cross-functional teams to develop intuitive and user-friendly interfaces for web and mobile applications.

  • Conducted user research, usability testing, and competitor analysis to gather insights and inform design decisions.

  • Created wireframes, prototypes, and interactive mockups using industry-standard design tools.

  • Iteratively refined designs based on user feedback and stakeholder input.

  • Worked closely with developers to ensure seamless implementation of designs.

  • Contributed to improving overall user experience by implementing user-centred design principles and best practices.

March 2020- Jun 2022

ACS Solution- UI UX Designer

  • Led the design process for multiple client projects, ensuring a cohesive and engaging user experience across platforms.

  • Collaborated with clients to understand their business goals, target audience, and project requirements.

  • Conducted user interviews and usability testing to identify pain points and opportunities for improvement.

  • Developed user personas, user flows, and information architecture to guide the design process.

  • Created high-fidelity mockups and interactive prototypes to communicate design concepts effectively.

  • Worked closely with developers and project managers to ensure timely and successful project delivery.

Dec 2018 - Feb 2020

Innomick Technologies- UI UX Designer

  • Joined startup with few employees, including founder and co-founder.

  • Contributed to the company's growth and increased revenue by serving numerous clients.

  • Learned patience and found joy in small successes during the challenging experience of building a company from scratch.

  • Collaborated closely with the Front-End team(HTML/CSS, Angular, React) to ensure product adherence to design guidelines and philosophy.

  • Designed, tested, refined, and evaluated existing products for both B2C and B2B markets.

  • Created design solutions for new products, specifically focusing on women in tech and leadership roles.

  • Employed techniques and methodologies such as requirement gathering and analysis, user journey mapping, AB testing, visual communication strategy, heat maps and analytics, and heuristic evaluation to enhance the user experience.

  • Develop research plans involving customers, internal and external stakeholders, and align them with business strategy, product design, and quality.

Jun 2017 - May 2018


  • Assisted the product team by visiting customers to understand their feedback regarding the products, and facilitating detailed discussions.

  • Conducted user research and designed user experiences for various product categories, including Product Category pages, Product Details pages,  and the Cart. Implemented user account management with hierarchical permissions for purchasing.

  • Created wireframes, prototypes, and interactive mockups using industry-standard design tools.

  • Iteratively refined designs based on user feedback and stakeholder input.

  • Worked closely with developers to ensure seamless implementation of designs.

  • Contributed to improving overall user experience by implementing user-centred design principles and best practices.


2014 - 2017

Asansol Engineering college - BBA 

  • Developed a strong foundation in business principles and practices.

  • Gained a comprehensive understanding of various functional areas of business, such as marketing, finance, management, and operations.

  • Learned about strategic management and how to develop effective business strategies.

  • Studied business ethics and the importance of ethical decision-making in organizations.

  • Acquired analytical and critical thinking skills to analyze business problems and make informed decisions.

  • Developed effective communication and presentation skills through various projects and presentations.

  • Learned about teamwork and collaboration in a business setting.

  • Explored the global business environment and gained insights into international business operations and cross-cultural management.

  • Studied business law and regulations to understand legal frameworks relevant to business operations.

  • Gained practical knowledge through internships or hands-on projects, applying classroom learning to real-world business situations.

  • Developed networking skills and built connections with professionals in the business field.

  • Learned to adapt to changing business environments and embrace innovation.

  • Developed a strong work ethic and time management skills to handle multiple tasks and meet deadlines


Google UX Foundation- UI UX Designer

  • User-centred design: Understanding the principles of user-centred design, including empathy, user research, and user testing. This involves developing a deep understanding of users' needs, behaviours, and preferences.

  • Information architecture: Organizing and structuring information in a way that is intuitive and user-friendly. This includes creating navigation systems, site maps, and content hierarchies.

  • Interaction design: Designing interactive elements and defining user interactions with digital products. This involves creating intuitive and engaging interfaces, including buttons, forms, and other interactive components.

  • Visual design: Applying design principles such as colour theory, typography, layout, and visual hierarchy to create aesthetically pleasing and cohesive interfaces. This includes understanding the importance of visual elements in conveying meaning and guiding user behaviour.

  • Usability testing: Conducting usability tests to evaluate the effectiveness and efficiency of a product's design. This involves gathering feedback from users and using their insights to inform design decisions.

  • Accessibility: Understanding the importance of designing products that are accessible to users with disabilities. This includes considering factors such as screen readers, keyboard navigation, and colour contrast.

  • Mobile and responsive design: Designing for mobile devices and creating responsive interfaces that adapt to different screen sizes and resolutions.

Dec 2018 - Feb 2020

Alpha computer- Web & Graphic Design

  • Design fundamentals: Learning the basic principles of design, including colour theory, typography, composition, balance, and visual hierarchy. Understanding these principles is crucial for creating visually appealing and effective designs.

  • Web design principles: Understanding how to design for the web, including creating layouts, navigation systems, and user interfaces that are intuitive and user-friendly. You'll learn about responsive design techniques to ensure your designs adapt well to different devices and screen sizes.

  • Graphic design software: Becoming proficient in industry-standard graphic design software such as Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Illustrator, or Sketch.  These tools allow you to create and manipulate visual elements, edit photos, create illustrations, and design layouts.

  • User experience (UX) design: Gaining knowledge of UX design principles and techniques to create designs that prioritize the user's needs, goals,  and behaviours. This includes conducting user research, creating wireframes and prototypes, and understanding usability testing.

  • Branding and identity design: Learning how to create visual identities for businesses or organizations. This involves developing brand guidelines,  designing logos, selecting appropriate typography, and creating consistent visual language across different design assets.

  • HTML and CSS: Acquiring foundational knowledge of HTML (Hypertext Markup Language) and CSS (Cascading Style Sheets) to understand the technical aspects of web design. This will enable you to effectively communicate with developers and implement your designs on the web.

  • Image editing and optimization: Understanding techniques for editing and optimizing images for web and digital platforms. This includes image compression, resizing, and optimizing file formats to ensure fast loading times and optimal quality.

  • Typography: Exploring the use of typography in design, including font selection, pairing, and hierarchy. You'll learn how to effectively use typography to enhance readability and convey a desired tone or message.

  • Design principles for different mediums: Understanding how design principles vary for different mediums, such as print, web, mobile, or social media. Each medium has unique considerations, and you'll learn how to adapt your designs accordingly.

  • Design process and workflow: Gaining insights into the design process, including conceptualization, ideation, iteration, and presentation. You'll learn how to effectively communicate and collaborate with clients and stakeholders throughout the design process

Skills& Expertise

  • Visual Design: Proficiency in visual design principles, including color theory, typography, layout, and composition. This involves creating visually appealing interfaces that are aesthetically pleasing and effectively communicate information.

  • Graphic Design Tools: Familiarity with industry-standard graphic design software such as Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Illustrator, Sketch, or Figma. These tools are used to create and manipulate visual elements for UI design.

  • Interaction Design: The ability to design and create interactive elements such as buttons, menus, forms, and other UI components. This includes understanding and applying principles of affordance, feedback, and responsiveness.

  • Prototyping and Wireframing: Proficiency in creating low-fidelity and high-fidelity prototypes or wireframes to visualize and communicate UI design concepts and interactions. Prototypes help in testing and iterating design ideas.

  • Responsive Design: Understanding how to design interfaces that adapt and respond effectively to different screen sizes, resolutions, and devices. This includes knowledge of responsive design frameworks and techniques. 

  • User Research: Proficiency in conducting user research methods, such as interviews, surveys, and usability tests, to gather insights about user needs,  behaviours, and preferences. This involves empathizing with users and understanding their goals and pain points.

  • Information Architecture: The ability to organize and structure information in a way that is intuitive and easy to navigate. This includes creating clear navigation systems, content hierarchies, and labelling systems.

  • Usability Testing: Skills in planning, conducting, and analyzing usability tests to evaluate the effectiveness and efficiency of a product's design. This involves identifying usability issues and iteratively improving the design based on user feedback.

  • User Flow and Journey Mapping: Understanding and visualizing the paths that users take within a product or website. This includes creating user flows and journey maps to identify pain points and optimize the user experience.

  • Persona Development: Creating user personas, which are fictional representations of target users, based on research and user data. Personas help in understanding user needs and designing for specific user segments.

  • Collaborative and Communication Skills: Effective collaboration with multidisciplinary teams, including designers, developers, product managers, and stakeholders. Strong communication skills are necessary to articulate design decisions, advocate for user needs, and facilitate a user-centered design process.

Design Tools

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