Sanyam is a senior product designer and engineer with over a dozen years of experience. He’s co-founded two startups and has worked with IT giants across the US and Australia like HostGator, Bluehost, W Travel, and more—helping them realize their amazing digital product ideas. He takes pride in crafting meaningful visual insights from client discussions to establish the right vision for the project and delivering superb UI aesthetics on it.
Helped clients from the US and Australia with UI/UX design needs and digital branding across multiple industries like AI and machine learning, fashion, travel, health, and education.
Set up online brainstorming sessions with clients from different backgrounds and their teams across the world.
Ran successful rapid prototyping sessions to understand the clients' problems, representing them visually and solving them with design.
Consulted and helped the clients' craft strategies on the design and technology front.
Designed the UI/UX for an Atlanta-based AI-powered customer service portal. Worked closely with the client, took user interviews with their customers, understood the pain points in their market, and provided multiple design features as the solution.
Designed the UI/UX of an upcoming platform for American Chemical Society members.
Created user flows and interactive wire flows, tested those with the client to get feedback, and ultimately create the final UI mockups.
Designed and developed microsites for over 40 digital products for markets all in nine countries and all in different local languages.
Coordinated with the business expansion teams to get the right message and applied it to all the markets consistently.
Conducted interviews to hire new UI/UX designers and front-end developers.
Managed EIG's print and booth designs for all the exhibitions and events.
Designed and developed—the old skeuomorphic website with over 100 pages with various styles (including, flat modern styles, illustrations, iconography, photography, and more) and replicated the changes across all the country markets in phases.