India's Top UI/UX design studio, NetBramha chosen to drive Strategy & Design Thinking by HyperCollective

K V Sridhar's new venture HyperCollective, which is a collaboration of nearly two dozen companies chooses NetBramha Studios for driving Strategy and Design thinking

Bengaluru, Karnataka, March 8, 2017 /India PRwire/ -- HyperCollective enters into a strategic collaboration with India's top Strategy + Design agency, NetBramha Studios. Pops aka KV Sridhar, on Tuesday, formally launched his new venture in collaboration with 21 partner companies.

HyperCollective which is a disruptive new model in the field of communication is positioned as a technology company that binds the creative and strategic aspects of brand communication, by pooling in with 21 partner companies with each specializing in fields such as UI/UX, VR, data analytics, technology, new-age marketing solutions, content, etc.

NetBramha Studios and HyperCollective will bring together strategy capabilities and design expertise to create new age innovative design driven solutions for a wide range of clients in India & outside. The collective together will compliment each other's areas of expertise across verticals.

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About NetBramha Studios

NetBramha Studios is India's top UI/UX design firm started way back in 2008. It has worked with 200+ clients & impacted 100+ million users. The company is based out of Bangalore, the startup capital of India but delivers design across the globe.

The 30+ strong design team has transformed many industries like telecom, banking, consumer, e-commerce, automobile, education, e-learning, retail & more. The studio has already executed massive projects on new frontiers like virtual reality, augmented technology, gamification, omni-channel experiences etc.

NetBramha's clients include Microsoft, Cisco, Shell, Petrofac, InMobi, EKA, Flipkart, StoreKing, Botmetric, TaxiforSure etc.

www.netbramha.com

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