Kish Parikh

UX Designer with a multidisciplinary background in design, psychology, and programming. He solves complex problems for mission driven businesses.

User Research
Product Design
Identity Design
Web Design
Branding

Inkwire // UX Design

March 2020 - Present

How might we promote student-led learning in the modern day classroom?

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User Research
Usability Testing
Product Design
Identity Design

Brisk // Mobile Product Design

October 2020 - Present

How might we reimagine the in-person shopping experience in a post-COVID environment?

Brisk is the result of the capstone project of SMU's UX Bootcamp. Kish helped design a mobile app to reimagine the in-person shopping experience in a post-COVID environment. This case study outlines his contributions.

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User Research
Design Sprints
Web Design
Web Development

Soldier Logistics // Web Design

December 2020

How might we redesign our website to better attract and convert visitors?

Soldier Logistics is a shipping and logistics service provider. Kish designed and developed their new website, enabling it for google ads, increasing conversion rates, and overall making it more user friendly.

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User Research
Product Definition
Prototyping
Web Design
Branding

Fred Lake // UX Design

June - September 2020

How might we enable customers to find the right products more easily, and checkout more quickly?

Fred Lake is a retail business that (due to the pandemic) became heavily reliant on their eCommerce business. Kish and another UX Designer redesigned their website to better address customer needs and meet stakeholder expectations. This case study outlines his contributions.

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User Research
Mobile Design
Web Design

Billion Chants // UX Design

May - August 2020

How might we engage the rational, skeptical mind in religious chanting?

Billion Chants is a volunteer-run non profit aiming to spread positivity through daily religious chanting sessions. Kish designed a solution to help their mission appeal to a younger, more skeptical audience.

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