Muhammad Adil

Design Strategist

Muhammad Adil is the Design Strategist at IPAL. “As an Innovator, I want to use my design and tech skills to alleviate poverty by developing sustainable and scalable solutions for Pakistan.” He think that technology has the potential to improve quality of life and it can bring positive social change. He holds a BS(Hons) degree in Information Technology from the Imperial College of Business Studies. Previously he has worked in software industry and academic organizations.

As core team member of IPAL, he is responsible for designing user friendly interfaces, conducting brainstorming sessions with research teams and surveys, usability testing including AB testing/ cross browser testing/ device testing/ user experience testing, design theory including typography/ color theory, prototyping and wire-frames designing.

He is working with teams of product designers and developers to create an end-to-end digital immunization platform, a stand-alone water quality measurement and dispensing unit, a video sharing portal for farmers/ innovators, a makers space at Lahore and designing a university ranking system based of quality of research.

Adil also manage internet marketing and branding campaigns for IPAL projects. He mentor group of students of MSCS D-Lab 2 to design a crowd funding application called “LetsHelp”.

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If you want to be a part of the D-Lab course, by helping the students in their research, brainstorm with them, by arranging or inviting them on a fieldtrip, or be a part of the IPAL projects by working on the hardware/software components of the projects, please write to us