BCG Omnia – User Experience Designer, ACC - Gurugram
At BCG, Advocates are thoughtful and engaged. They listen closely because they believe that the best solutions can be discovered in the most unexpected places. Surabhi is unafraid to try new things.
Innovation at BCG is not about ideas, it’s about making ideas happen.
When you do what you love, it’s not work anymore. There started my design career, followed by a design course, and here I am, at BCG following my dreams and passion. Working at BCG has given me the opportunity to grow professionally and personally. They recognized my talent and helped me grow my ideas, innovation, creativity, and enthusiasm. I joined BCG as a graphic designer initially and later they recognized a creative explorer inside me. They provided me with the perfect opportunity to explore more about UI/UX design and share my new perspective on this realm of design.
Surabhi has a bachelor’s degree in computer application from MLSU (Udaipur), an MBA in human resource from IISU (Jaipur), and a diploma in visual design from MAAC (Gurgaon).
Q: Can you tell us how digital transformation has influenced your career?
A: Digital transformation has transformed an artist into a designer and paper art into a web design process.
Q: What do you like most about your job?
A: Flexibility to think out of the box and explore, the focus on quality, and great mentors to learn from.
Q: What's the biggest impact you have had with your work?
A: I got an opportunity to learn and work on tableau design at BCG, which has had a great impact on my growth.
Q: What are some of your favorite things to do outside of the office?
A: Dance, creating art pieces, doing my home’s interior, and traveling and exploring the world.
Q: Why is BCG a good place for a woman to work?
A: BCG is a great place for women to work because it encourages women and provides equal opportunities. They also counsel women on how to balance work with life and also remind them to take care of themselves as much as they do for others.