I am Manjari Sahu, a UX and Service Designer at The Artificial, Amsterdam.
An Interaction Design graduate from Carnegie Mellon University, I bring a mix of Industrial and Service design tools and methods to design teams and projects. Having lived and worked in India, the USA, and the Netherlands, I enjoy working in multi-cultural teams that bring a healthy mix of curiosity, values, and empathy to any project.
Learning how design & technology is transforming our interactions & experiences around healthcare, education and government systems, I aim to create valuable experiences for users that span across digital, physical and environmental realms.
My past work involves working for retail brands in India, design wayfinding and transport services for smart cities with the Indian Government and working in healthcare service systems and research with Philips Respironics, Pittsburgh.
My favorite design processes? People research, service blueprinting and collaborative workshops! Drop me a line on firstname.lastname@example.org if you want to talk about design, cats or books.
View my résumé.
Writing makes me design better. Here you can find a few selected essays and posts written over the years with topics ranging from Service Design, Augmented Reality, Urban Design, Data to Design Ethics.
Dash – Automotive training through mixed reality
Best Project for Mixed Reality Application, Microsoft Design Expo 2017
Shortlisted for IxDA 2018 Interaction Awards
Flying Machine Flagship Store
Winner of VMRD Retail Design Awards 2015 for Best Shop Fitting Design
Merit Winner of VMRD Retail Design Awards 2015 for Western Fashion Apparel – Specialty Store
Blogs & Publications
Carnegie Mellon Design Publication
Urban Mela – D lane Project
VMRD/Instore Asia press
Solly Flagship Store
VMRD September 2014 issue