Hello!

I’m Atharva Patil,

product designer,

mediocre engineer,

conversational writer,

an iteration in progress...

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Atlas AI product and website screenshots

Atlas AI

Product Design, development
2020 - Present

Atlas AI provides continental-scale geospatial data insights to various customers from World Bank to large-scale telecom providers. As the founding designer, I'm currently building geospatial enterprise tools for organizations to understand insights into their current & potential markets.

Don't touch your face website screenshot presented in a macbook pro

Don’t touch your face

Design & development
2020

As the pandemic raged across New York & the world and new public safety guidelines came to light, I built a website that alerts if someone touches their face.

In parallel, using the same technology I also developed a tool to track good posture. You can try the tool here. This further evolved into my master’s thesis on Human-AI collaboration.

Collage of Kayak.com website, search filters and a price trend graph

Kayak

Product Design
2019

Millions of users use Kayak to search for the best possible flights that match their schedule & preferences at the lowest price possible. Kayak's specific desktop search functionality assists them with the task. I worked cross-domain with the user research & business teams to iterate on new search & filter functionality.

Collage of Olacabs driver app in different stages of booking

Olacabs

Product Design
2016 - 2018

As a full-stack designer on the driver-partner team, I had a unique experience designing interactions for non-handheld devices that enabled the drivers to manage their rides.

I expanded the driver platform for rickshaws, shuttles & Ola Play, a luxury entertainment riding option with multimedia support for both drivers & riders.

MagicX payments emails showcasing different states

MagicX

Product Design
2015 - 2016

A chat-focused super app platform for the Indian diaspora lets people pay utility bills, book cabs, order groceries, etc.

The true challenge was introducing digital payments to a cash-first nation by introducing payments using digital wallets.