👋 Hi, I’m Tushar, a Masters of Human-Computer Interaction student at Georgia Tech.
A product designer and developer who is passionate about solving human-centered problems. Currently working at GAMMA to visualize the future of the electrical grid and Augmenta11y to help individuals with dyslexia read faster. Previously helped millions of travelers plan their trips better at Cleartrip, one of India's leading travel aggregators.
Presently, I'm seeking a UX Design/Engineering internship for Summer 2020.
Helping service repair technicians fix commercial kitchen equipment faster through a centralized app which helps them manage their daily workflow better.
Making it easier for 10 million customers to plan their trips through the introduction of a Shortlists tab, and improving conversions significantly in the process.
Enabling individuals with dyslexia to read faster with the help of an Augmented Reality that adapts to their needs and works in 7 different languages.
In the Press
The Augmenta11y Story – Mini TV Series
Millions of Indians struggle with dyslexia, and the creators of Augmenta11y are altering how these people perceive their reality.
Making Reading Accessible to All
A team of 4 engineering students set out to make a product with an aim to change young dyslexic lives.
These 20-year-olds developed an app to help …
Augmenta11y makes use of Augmented Reality (AR) to help children with dyslexia read books using the camera on their phone.
This app developed by 20-year-old Mumbai …
One of the most common learning disabilities prevalent in today's classrooms is Dyslexia. According to several reports, there are …