Design Track of The Goa Project 2016

jasmeet sethi


Tinker Stories - Design for Startups

Submitted Jan 8, 2016

To understand how design works / should work for startups.


The startup boom in India has opened up opportunities for Designers to work with some very interesting problem statements. The various phases that a project goes through in the process from idea to execution are worked in collaboration with the leadership teams of fairly young startups who want the quickest possible way to create a meanigful product.

The mindset and approach to be taken here seems to be very different from your typical corporate projects. We are planning to share our learnings from experiences of working with nearly 20 startups in the timeframe of 1 year.

We’ll talk about the process, the do’s the don’ts and the stories we found interesting enough to share with everyone.


some water and lots of enthusiasm :)

Speaker bio

Jasmeet Singh Sethi is a Bangalore based User Experience Designer & Design Strategist with 4 years of experience in working with Design consultancies and Start-ups on both Enterprise and consumer grade projects.

Founder and CEO at Tinkerform, he aids start-ups in Service and product Innovation. He is actively involved in setting upa design direction and strategy for start-ups working on fresh ideas.


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