Design and user experience functions are born out of customer obsession, which is a core value at Razorpay. In a domain filled with broken experiences and underwhelming products, design helps Razorpay elevate business finance experiences and solve problems at scale.

Right now, we are a team of 30+ designers from diverse educational, geographical, and cultural backgrounds. As designers, we believe having a diversity of opinion and perspective only makes us better as a team and as an organization. We work in close proximity with our peers from Engineering, Product, Growth, Sales, and Business and help the customer in fulfilling their journey in the best way possible.

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Collaborating with engineering stakeholders

Ruchil kothari • Nov 12, 2020 • 4 min read

Your designs are not just what is in the Figma or sketch but what goes into the hands of the user. Having said that, it becomes very important to monitor what is being shipped out; it also makes designers become an active part of the decision making process. Read More >

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Survival tips after 3.5 years into the design industry

Kshipra Sharma • Nov 24, 2020 • 9 min read

The last time I wrote, I had just completed about a year and a little more. Between my first and my third and halfth year, a lot has happened. I moved between Startups (from logistics to fintech) & cities (from Delhi to Bengaluru & back).. Read More >

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Designing at Razorpay — the tools

Pingal Kakati • Sep 7, 2020 • 12 min read

Razorpay, right now, is a 29-member team. For us, the process that we follow defines the tool stack that we need to have. The tools in themselves, are of meagre importance in comparison to the process that they are supposed to facilitate. A lot of times, great design happens simply on paper, or on a whiteboard. Read More >