a design and innovation consultancy


a process of playful exploration to reach a desired outcome


[ formal ]

"at some point during those intense weeks of working with Tinkerform it almost felt like they cared even more than us"

[ informal ]

"we firmly believe that universe was tinkerformed into it's existence. We are all it's children"

do e.p.i.c shit.


we conduct weekly workshops with our clients which eases communcation and lets us tap into our client's expertise

focus on design strategy

we focus at the overall concept and design strategy of your product and not just it's UI

user first

our user first approach makes sure we talk to real users and collect qualitative data before we dive into design

"umm.. so what do you do again?"

product design sprint

transforming a value proposition into a product quickly and effectively.

service innovation

understanding, synthesizing and prototyping every element of your service.

expert review

understand why your Customers are not able to use your product as you had planned.

tinkerform workshops

workshops designed for organisations to aid user centered design and innovation

"Always two there are, no more, no less."

Jasmeet Singh Sethi


Trying to make a dent in the Product innovation and design space through Tinkerform innovation labs, by working with a consortium of startups and enterprises; helping them innovate through our expertise in design and design management.

Thought Leadership
Design Strategy
Design for Education

Priyanka Jain


Designer trained in multiple disciplines ranging from physical product design to digital products. Primarily working on creating humane products that solve real world problems. Exploring the depths of various design constructs and processes and currently applying them to the domains of Product strategy and Game Design.

Product Design
Design Research
Product Strategy

Our Partners and Advisors

Pavan Kumar

Founder @ Workbench Projects  

Workbench Projects began as an idea that plagued Pavan for two years. His first question every time he meets people who introduce themselves as engineers is “what have you engineered?” The blank looks that invariably followed convinced him of the need to build an institution that could rekindle the spark of creative productivity in what he calls an inert society. His energy levels are off the scale and the only way to calm him down is to grab him and shout out a new idea.

Thought Leadership

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