BYJU’S appoints Dhimant Vyas as its Chief Creative Director
Dhimant Vyas has been appointed the Chief Creative Director by the ed-tech company, BYJU’S. He will be responsible for the ideation and creation of quality interactive learning experiences for our students across products.
Vinay MR, Chief Content Officer, BYJU’S, said, “We are excited to have Dhimant onboard with us to lead creative ideation and strategy. Dhimant is an industry vetran and will be bringing his unique creative talents to further our creative vision to build world-class learning experiences for children.”
Dhimant Vyas said, “I am excited to be part of the team that’s redefining the way children learn in India. I am joining BYJU’S at a time when online education is making quality learning possible and accessible to children seamlessly especially in these challenging times. I look forward to being a driving force in delivering unique learning experiences through my creative work.”
Before this, at Zynga games India, Dhimant was leading Art Direction. He has worked with Aardaman Animation Ltd U.K. which is a multiple Academy Award-winning Animation Studio on famous Shaun the sheep series two and Purple & Brown. He is an alumnus of the National Institute of Design (NID) and the title animation sequence of ‘Taare Zameen Par’, the highly acclaimed Hindi feature film was his previous work. He has been associated with brands like Nickelodeon, BBC, Cartoon Network, UNICEF, MTV, FCB ULKA and Zee TV. With the knowledge and experience in creating animation, he uses various techniques like 2D Classical, Flash, Material, Sand, Cut Out, Pixilation and Stop Motion.
BYJU’S offers engaging, highly adaptive and effective learning programs for students in school along with students in LKG, UKG and students pursuing competitive exams like JEE, NEET and IAS. In 2015, BYJU’S – The Learning App, the flagship product was launched for classes 4-12. With 5.2 million annual paid subscriptions, today, the app has over 75 million registered students. The app is creating a whole new way of learning, with an average time of 71 minutes being spent by a student on the app every day from 1700+ cities.