Uzair is a Senior Product and Systems Designer with over a decade of experience. His work has taken him from South Asian to North American markets where he has led several products and engineering teams involved with Telecom, IoT, FinTech, Healthcare, Non-Profit, Agriculture, and Government projects. Prior to joining mobileLIVE, Uzair was head of his own User Experience Design firm with operations both in Canada and abroad. A graduate of Cornell University (USA - Systems Engineer) and NUST (Pakistan - Electrical Engineering), Uzair has held several board positions from startups to non-profits and is currently curator of his alma maters NUST Alumni Entrepreneurship Network.
Recent Posts by Uzair Sukhera
Service Design: Improve and Evolve ExperiencesUzair Sukhera
As the world reimagines what the “new normal” will be, Service Design will play a critical role in improving experiences, streamlining customer journeys, and designing interactions that benefit both the user and business.
Designing for Accessibility: Our Framework and Best PracticesUzair Sukhera
Learn why and how digital accessibility is not only the morally right, societally equitable, and legally obligated in many cases, thing to do but also it’s why it’s good for business.
Tweaking Figma for Design/Dev CollaborationUzair Sukhera
Discover a unique framework that expands on the inherent functionalities and features of Figma and learn how a Design System can enable seamless hand-offs of Sprint Deliverable while supporting the design/dev process
Your Guide to Design Thinking WorkshopsUzair Sukhera
Discover a proven framework that brings the best ideas to light, can work in any industry and is designed to acts as a catalyst for innovation. Get stuff done quickly and more efficiently with Design Thinking Workshops.
Bridging the Gap Between Design and DevelopmentUzair Sukhera
Learn how to overcome the typical challenges inherent to building websites, mobile apps, dashboards, and other digital products and experiences when the designer and development efforts are done in siloes.
Design Thinking: Turning Minimum Viable to Most Valuable ProductUzair Sukhera
What do Uber, Airbnb, Instagram, and even the iPhone have in common? Aside from being groundbreaking, disruptive, and wildly successful services and products, they all share a respective point of origin – they all began as an MVP. MVP or Minimum Viable Product is a concept publicized in Eric Ries’ Lean Startup that emphasizes learning in new […]
How to Plan Your MVP to Ensure Success in Product DevelopmentUzair Sukhera
Ready to launch a new product? A new app perhaps? Do you know if there is a need for it in the market? In this day and age, it has become extremely easy to take an idea and invest in getting it developed. But then, not every idea is a good idea. You need validation […]
16 Techniques to Validate & Improve Your MVPUzair Sukhera
In the previous blog, we covered how to utilize Design Thinking to create your Minimum Viable Product or MVP; however, that is only half of the equation. The reasoning behind creating an MVP is simple but what is exponentially more important is to test and prove your ideas, concepts, and hypothesis before you allocate resources to it. […]