I’m Rasagy Sharma, and I’m an Information Designer with a focus on making data-heavy products easier & engaging to use. Currently, I’m helping build Sundial to enable teams to discover the story in their product data.
For the last decade, I’ve worked at the intersection of data & design. Before Sundial, I worked as a Principal Information Designer at Gramener , where I led the design practice, managed the small 10-member design team, applied data storytelling to business problems & facilitated collaboration between clients, designers & developers.
Earlier, I designed maps & data quality tools in the Cartography & Data team at Mapbox , built financial innovation products for Africa as part of the Design & Digital Office at Barclays India and was the first designer at Capillary Tech . I also helped kickstart the Information Design Lab at IDC, IIT Bombay as a Research Assistant, and interned with the Cloud & Enterprise and Bing Sports team at Microsoft India . You can read more about my career path on LinkedIn .
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This site is built from scratch using Hugo
— a static site generator built in Go, hand crafted by me after hours of
painful persistent tweaking made possible through Tachyons
. It is hosted via Github Pages
It is set in the modernist sans-serif typeface Satoshi by Deni Anggara from Indonesia, and the elegant serif typeface Sentient by Noopur Choksi from India & a fellow NID alumnus. The fonts are served through Fontshare , a privacy-focused font service by Indian Type Foundry (ITF) .
The layout is inspired by the minimal, functional layouts of International Typographic Style & terribly implemented till I can learn CSS grids.