Nirman is an Interaction Designer at Cooper with a background in architecture. She uses systems thinking to resolve technical, business and user needs. She loves tackling complex problems and delivering creative solutions, from big picture strategy to nitty-gritty design details. And she works closely with clients and their organizations to produce meaningful products and services.

Before Cooper, Nirman was a designer at a consulting group for General Electric where she engaged greenfield customers in new software solutions. She has a degree in Architecture from UC Berkeley and Masters in Human Computer Interaction from Carnegie Mellon. When not at work, she is listening to audiobooks, writing in coffee shops, hiking around the Bay Area and tinkering with happiness methods.