Jayanth M

Developer | Designer

Why HCI?

As computing becomes more diffused, pervasive, ambient, embedded into things and living beings, the very way we interact with computers is going to change.

Interfaces will disappear, yet work to help you fulfill your objective. And I want to be right in the middle of where it all happens.



Some driven by passion. Some driven by need.

Here are a select few.



An extensive, practical set of technologies that will get me hit the ground running.

Technology verticals

Design verticals

Academics and industry experience


2010 - 2014
NIE Institute of Technology,
BE in Computer Science & Engineering
  • Java
  • Data Structures
  • Analysis and Design of Algorithms
  • Object Oriented Modelling and Design
  • Web Programming: HTML, CSS and JavaScript
  • Python 3
  • Computer Graphics
  • Adobe® Photoshop and Adobe® Illustrator
  • Database Management Systems
  • Computer Networks
  • UNIX and shell scripting
  • Software Engineering
  • Advanved Computer Architecture
  • Information and Network Security

Industry and Certifications

2014 - 2016
Hewlett Packard Enterprise India,
and independent learning
  • ITIL Support Model and Framework
  • Software Development LifeCycle
  • Bootstrap 3 + jQuery
  • JavaScript frameworks
  • REST Services (Python and Node)
  • Oracle Java Programmer - 1
  • Version Control (GitHub)
  • Advanced shell scripting
  • AutoIT scripting
  • IDE - Visual Studio and IntelliJ IDEA
  • Unity 3D
  • Power Searching with Google


Georgia Institute of Technology,
MS in Human Computer Interaction
  • Qualitative and quantitative research
  • Contextual methods
  • User centered design
  • Affinity mapping
  • Personas
  • Survey and questionnaire design
  • Storyboards
  • Wireframes and mockups (Axure, Balsamiq )
  • Web analytics
  • Low and medium fidelity prototyping
  • Information Visualization
  • D3.js, Highcharts, Processing
  • Tableau, QlikView, Spotfire
  • Internet of Things platforms
  • Web and interface design
  • Fabrication (Laser cutting and 3D printing)

Exerpts from recommendations, on request