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Most engaging UI/UX design studios for startups in India.

A handful list of design teams helping with Brand, Web and Mobile projects.

Finding a great design partner is a pain. You’re left with either low quality, amateur designs for your products, cheesy themes for your website, or mobile apps with designs that literally sucks and never match the objectives you’re working for.

Below is an (ongoing list) of the best design agency websites in India that I’ve come across, who seems to be doing pretty decent jobs for start ups in their arena.

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Beard Design :: A Brand design studio — GOA
http://bearddesign.co/

17SEVEN :: Branding & UI/UX design studio — MUMBAI
https://www.17seven.co/

Lollypop :: UI/UX Design studio — BANGALORE
http://lollypop.biz/

Studiofra :: UI/UX Design firm — BANGALORE
http://www.studiofra.com/

Redd :: User Experience Design agency — BANGALORE
http://redd.in/

Parallellabs.io :: A User Experience & Front End development Firm — BANGALORE
http://parallellabs.io/

Prismic Reflections :: A web design & development company — NASHIK
http://prismicreflections.com/

NFN Labs :: A design driven development agency — CHENNAI
http://www.nfnlabs.in/

Lazyeight :: A digital strategy and UI/UX studio — NEW DELHI
http://lazyeight.design/

Netbramha Studios :: Full service experience design studio — Bangalore
http://netbramha.com/

The AntiAlias :: Digital and creative design studio — New Delhi
http://www.theantialias.com/

Inkoniq :: A global user experience design company — Bangalore
http://www.inkoniq.com

YUJ Designs :: A UX design company for Software products — Pune
http://www.yujdesigns.com

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Know of any other great design studios with awesome work portfolio? Leave a note here and I’ll add it to the list.

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Let’s catch up on Twitter — @vimalkutmutia

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Thoughts and writings by Indian UXers/Design Thinkers. Occasional reviews, journeys and analysis about using Indian websites, apps and services.

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Vimal Kutmutia

Vimal Kutmutia

An Entrepreneur with a passion of digital design

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