Selected Work

Bra­jesh­war, along with his team—Sa­neef Ansari, Ankur Sethi and Ciju Cher­ian—went on to take Aditya Bir­la’s e-com­merce un­der­tak­ing abof.com to new heights of front-end op­ti­miza­tion and de­liv­ery. Poised to be­come the fastest e-com­merce pro­gres­sive web app, the new ver­sion of abof.com is a high per­for­mant web app that lever­ages the pow­ers of iso­mor­phic JavaScript, ser­vice work­ers and Im­mutable.js.

Adit cre­ated UX As­sist for iOS. It’s the first prod­uct of its kind that has grouped UX ac­tiv­i­ties into 12 unique work­flows based on the kind of prod­uct you’re work­ing on, namely, an op­ti­mum vi­able prod­uct, min­i­mum vi­able prod­uct, client-based prod­uct, and a data-dri­ven prod­uct. Each prod­uct has a dif­fer­ent UX de­sign life­cy­cle. The app gives the user task-based rec­om­men­da­tions for each prod­uct types, as­sist­ing them in mak­ing their own work­flows based on the busi­ness re­quire­ments.

Sa­neef, to­gether with Enakshi, helped in the con­cept, de­sign, and de­vel­op­ment of Com­pile’s web­site. He also pro­vided a study on im­prov­ing the qual­ity of data given to cli­ents through reg­u­lar end-user feed­back. Sa­neef de­signed and de­veloped a uni­fied in­ter­face for Com­pile’s var­i­ous prod­ucts.

We worked with Ra­zor­fish and helped to com­plete the in­ter­face and ex­pe­ri­ence de­sign for a com­plete over­haul of the JP Mor­gan Ca­reers web­site.

In­sider.in is a cu­rated events and tick­et­ing plat­form. Ankur worked on all parts of the In­sider plat­form: the user-fac­ing e-com­merce web­site, the ven­dor-fac­ing ad­min­is­tra­tion and an­a­lyt­ics dash­board, and the suite of REST mi­croser­vices pow­er­ing the en­tire op­er­a­tion.

In­di­an­stage.in is a tick­et­ing plat­form for live per­form­ances and events. Sa­neef pro­vided a user and stake­holder re­search and helped in de­vel­op­ing an IA for their tick­et­ing web­site for bet­ter con­ver­sion. In col­lab­or­a­tion with In­nov­entes, he also de­signed Neon­fish—the brand and events dis­cov­ery iPhone App for In­di­an­stage.

Zoom­deck is an on­line photo an­nota­tion and so­cial net­work­ing ser­vice. Sa­neef pro­vided them in­form­a­tion ar­chi­tec­ture, in­ter­face de­sign and front-end de­vel­op­ment. Later, he also de­signed and de­veloped the web­site for Zoom­deck.

He de­signed Zoom­deck for iPhone, the mo­bile com­pan­ion for Zoom­deck’s rich me­dia photo an­nota­tion ser­vice for web.

Funded by Google and Un­der­stand­ing Lim­ited, Test­My­Font.com is a browser-based tool that helps au­thors vi­su­ally com­pare type­faces. Ankur built the en­tire ap­pli­ca­tion from scratch with de­sign and work­flow in­puts from Dave Cross­land and the team be­hind the Metap­o­la­tor pro­ject.

NAS Ad­min­is­tra­tion Tool

By Cavium

Sa­neef worked with en­gi­neers at Cav­ium to de­velop in­form­a­tion ar­chi­tec­ture for their NAS ad­min­is­tra­tion tool. He also de­vel­oped the vi­sual lan­guage and de­signed the in­ter­faces for the tool.

IL&FS Ed­u­ca­tion launched its ‘Ex­plori­ments’ por­tal in 2010, which fo­cuses on de­vel­op­ing con­cep­tual un­der­stand­ing of sci­ence and math­e­mat­ics. It pro­vides an in­ter­ac­tive, ex­ploratory and en­gag­ing ex­pe­ri­ence for sec­ondary and higher sec­ondary stu­dents and teach­ers.

Activity Builder for Pearson Publishing

By Pearson Publishing

Ac­tiv­ity Builder was a tem­plate for teach­ers to build many kinds of learn­ing tools for kids. It won many ac­co­lades and awards for Pear­son Pub­lish­ing. In 2005 it was one of the new and pi­o­neer­ing tools for ed­u­ca­tion.

Home Furnishing tool for OBEO.com

By OBEO

We built a cus­tom home fur­nish­ing tool for Obeo back in 2005. It was used by home buy­ers to check out their fur­nish­ing be­fore buy­ing a house. With Obeo it was easy for the new home buy­ers to plan their fur­nish­ing re­quire­ments, in­clud­ing real-time feed­back on how their fur­ni­tures fit in the new home.

Vongo

By STARZ network

Vongo was a video on de­mand ser­vice that al­lowed users to down­load and view movies for a fixed price per month. Vongo was in ser­vice from Jan­u­ary 2006 through Sep­tem­ber 2008.

Bra­jesh­war was re­spon­si­ble for de­vel­op­ing the video player in­ter­face and the un­der­ly­ing core to stream videos. The pos­si­bil­ity of stream­ing videos start­ing at just 700kbps of band­width at that time was an achieve­ment for STARZ.

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