I am Oishee Sen, a product and visual designer building experiences for safe and joyful dating at Bumble in London.

Before this I was building productivity tools for millions in Bookings and Outlook at Microsoft, Bangalore.

More than anything, I thrive amidst ambition, passionate curiosity, humility and joy. I seek brave teams where, together, we can create lasting and meaningful impact on people's lives, the society, and the world we live in.
Education
Experience
Skills & Interests
National Institute of Design · 2013 - 2018 · B.Des in Visual Communication Design
I like expanding and adapting my thought, skillset and processes to the changing problems and needs in the world around us. I thrive in ambitious, pro-active teams that value ethical product building and cultures that facilitate belonging.
Holon Institute of Technology, Israel ·
2015 - 2016 · Exchange Semester
Gokhale Memorial Girls' School · 2010 - 2012 · Higher Secondary School in Science
Bumble · 2021 - present · Product Design · Women's Advocacy & Safety, Shared Experiences, Design Systems.
Microsoft · 2018 - 2021 · User Experience Designer · Microsoft Outlook & Microsoft Bookings
My design practice so far includes product and visual design, storytelling, research, branding, graphic design and data visualisation. I also enjoy motion design, film-making, and illustration.
Microsoft · 2017 · User Experience Design Intern · Microsoft Office
Codesign· 2016 · Design Intern · Branding & Graphic Design
In my free time, I'll most likely be found at a music gig in Bangalore, playing video games or lurking on the front page of the internet.
Fangirl Live · 2016 - 2017 · Branding & Graphic Design for a music festival in Gujarat
Contact
EMAILoishee.sen.94@gmail.com
PHONE
+91 8617283600
I love games with strong characters, fictional worlds and incredible storylines.

⚡️I'm currently playing Assassin's Creed Odyssey.
Extra! Extra!
In Japanese, my name 'Oishee' means delicious!

I've had a fringe almost all my life, which also means that very few people have actually seen my forehead.
This article about AI by Tim Urban from his blog Wait But Why got me really interested in technology and digital futures.