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Feb
2018

Divami ranked among top 5 UI/UX companies in India By Silicon India

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And we do it again: Divami Design Labs has been ranked among the Top 5 UX/UI Design Companies in India for the year 2018. Silicon India Magazine found Divami a digital disruptor and considered us as one of the most user passionate companies in India. This award proves our competency to digitally transform businesses across varied sectors. We thank Silicon India magazine for reaffirming our top-notch execution abilities.

For more details, please visit:

https://www.siliconindia.com/ux-ui-companies/divami-design-labs-catid-81-cid-754.html

 

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