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Pooja Jain

Area of Practice

Visual Communication

Education

Bachelors in Fine Art (BFA- Applied Art), Rajasthan School of Art, Jaipur

Masters in Fine Art (MFA- Applied Art) with specialization in Graphic Design, College of Art, New Delhi

PhD (Advertising), Delhi University, New Delhi

Work Experience

10+ years of experience comprising of Advertising, Research, and Teaching Under-graduate and Post-graduate students in Manipal University Jaipur; ICG-The IIS University; Dept. of Visual Arts - Rajasthan University; College of Art Delhi.

Interest Areas

critical thinking; communication; branding; research

Current Practice at Srishti

Academic Coordinator for some programs in UG & PG, Faculty for Branding & Identity Design, Design Thinking & Research, Brand communication & Media, Transdisciplinary Research, Portfolio Development

Creative Practice and Outreach

  • Recipient of “Young Women Researcher in Advertising” award under the Humanities & Social Sciences discipline at the 6th Venus International Women Awards (VIWA 2021) by Venus International Foundation, Chennai & Centre for Advanced Research 

  • Professional Member to Association of Designers (ADI-Bengaluru Chapter) and The International Association of Social Sciences and Humanities (IASSH- Sri Lanka)
  • Editor to a book “Creativity- A Force to Innovation” by IntechOpen Publishers, London UK 

  • Paper Presentations in several national and International conferences in Canada, Germany, Bali, Sri Lanka, Singapore etc.
  • Paper Publications in international peer-reviewed journals of high repute like SCOPUS, EBSCO, Google Scholar etc.
  • Participated in a 2-week “Generation Equality Asia Pacific Design Challenge” by UN Women and World Design Organization
  • Freelance Branding projects

Projects showcase:

PITCH PERFECT

Pitch Perfect 1
Project 1: Mock up of marketing collateral by student Ishika Pola. Students were asked to pitch a creative idea for local brands available in the Indian market, after analyzing the gaps and opportunities from intensive research.

 

PITCH PERFECT

Pitch Perfect 2
Project 2: Mock up of marketing collateral by student Tanushree. Students were asked to pitch a creative idea for local brands available in the Indian market, after analyzing the gaps and opportunities from intensive research.

 

UNPACKING EXPERIENCES

UNPACKING EXPERIENCES 1
Screenshot: Project by student Shreya Nair. Final outcomes curated and  presented in a virtual experiential space with live audience, where students identified and scaffolded experiences in the context of a brand/service/business.

 

UNPACKING EXPERIENCES

UNPACKING EXPERIENCES 2
Screenshot: Project by student Danica. Final outcomes curated and presented in a virtual experiential space with live audience where students identified and scaffolded experiences in the context of a brand/service/business.