Learnings at Unacademy
In October 2020 I wrapped up my design internship at Unacademy. I have been working right from my 1st year at college but everything I did earlier was a bit too trivial and lacked scale at all levels. So this was kind of my first proper contribution at a place that won't shut down. Although whatever I did earlier has helped me to frame my thinking, here is a list of things I learned this time that shall help you if you are at a similar point in your career:
Unacademy has been a great experience for me. The design team is a set of high skilled no flex individuals and it was getting even better when I left. Have always been impressed by the HR team especially and all the things they were doing to keep work easy for everyone. The organization does invest a lot in its people. Thanks to Richard Rufus for helping me through the time when every other organization was receding offers. And Prithvi Ravi for teaching me that I can press control to resize frames without resizing content. And also for teaching a lot of other things.
Thanks for your time.