Hello, I'm Dhruti!
(Otherwise known as
I'm an I'm an Industrial Product Designer turned Ui/Ux Designer currently working as an
Independent Designer & Creative Consultant
— as well as the founder of
Women In Design, India
I'm always open to meaningful connections & avant-garde conversations —
say hello! 👋🏽
Latest WID webazine
Check out the latest Webazine Issue featuring yet another incredible Indian creative! We've got some incredible articles from the WID team on the way to a browser near you!
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WIID India Roundtable
The roundtable brings together veteran women Industrial designers in India who will share their experiences and views of practicing in a field still predominantly full of men. Moderated by Dhruti Soni.
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Let's work together!
Need a website or experience to be created for your brand? Let's work together. Get in touch, and let's create the next big thing!
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the next generation of visionaries
Prioritizing diversity & inclusivity, celebrating female creators and providing underrepresented creatives with the platform, resources and community they need to succeed.
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more of my work
My website is where you'll get a front row seat to my most recent works, and some other fresh stuff here and there —
Go to my website!
Journey over the destination, always. Here you can really see how an idea came to life —
want to see some behind the scenes shots?
Let's connect on Linked-In! Drop by and say a quick hello, or get a gist of my past & current experiences.
Off to LinkedIn!
Instagram is like my design journal, I like to experiment more here (beyond what I typically do) —
Have a look at my living portfolio
Here are some more polished renders and snap shots of projects! Head on over and
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Unfiltered thoughts, ideas, conversations, updates and so much more!
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