Mr. Ravi Jangir

Associate Professor

A creative Product Designer with an experience in executing design projects right from ideation to production in stipulated timelines with an emphasis on functional aspects, usability & ergonomics. Passionate about translating emerging technologies into successful products. His experience so far has been around user research, gap-need analysis, product design and development. Frugality is something that comes to him naturally. Breaking down complex problems to its simpler & its basic form is his core strength. He has a varied experience in designing & engineering consumer & medical products. His project management skills involve cross-functional relationships with Designers, Engineers and Business to ensure original design determination and company goals are met.



Qualification Institution Year
Master of Design (ME) University of Pune
Bachelors Mechanical Engineering (BE) University of Pune
Expertise / list of subjects handled
  • Product Design
  • Advanced Design Methods
  • Research Methodology
  • Materials and Processes
  • Ergonomics
  • Design Innovation
Research Interest
  • Innovation in HealthCare
  • Design Thinking
  • Design Education
  • Social Impact
  • Design Methodologies

  • Identifying Compelling Unmet Healthcare Needs In India, Author
  • Inventing Medical Devices: A Perspective from India, (Contributory Author: Added a guest chapter and caricatures)
  • The Art of Caring - Emergency Minds, (Contributory Author: Added caricatures and book cover design)
  • Article published on the Challenges faced by the Design and Creative Industry in India in the 100 Issues of Design in India, in the 100th issue of POOL Magazine.

  • Noxeno-Research & Development of an Affordable Nasal Foreign Body Removal Device in India. Glob J Oto 2018; 14(2): 555890.
  • Balloon Sinuplasty Literature Review: An Assessment of Clinical Studies from 2007 To 2018. Glob J Oto 2018; 14(2): 555905.
  • Novel Eustachian Tube Dysfunction Management Techniques: Prototype Feasibility Studies in Fresh Cadaveric Specimens. Glob J Oto 2018; 14(2): 555902.
  • Identification of Unmet Clinical Needs in the Field of Otorhinolaryngology in India - A Modified Biodesign Approach. Glob J Oto 2018; 14(2): 555904.
  • A Real-Time Sequential Phase-Shift Approach to Tinnitus Cancellation-A Pilot Study in Southern India. Glob J Oto 2018; 14(2): 555901.
  • Incidence of Nasal Foreign Body Impaction in India: Determined Using Literature Search, Interviews and Surveys. Glob J Oto 2018; 14(2): 555903.
  • A structured process to identify unmet needs for Medical Device Innovation in Obstetrics and Gynaecology. J Biomed Res Prac 2(1): 100009.