Brucira was born
Brucira was born
Harsh and Siddhita decided to start something to bring a fresh perspective to the design industry.First Dribbble Shot
Got the first client
The founders perfected their portfolio for 2 months & showcased it to the world. Voila! They got their first client.
Converted flat into office
Till this time, cafe's served as temporary offices but soon Harsh's flat became Brucira's first formal office.
Completed 30 projects
Brucira worked with 30 brilliant minds across 10+ countries. The team brainstormed, hustled and delivered their best.
Hired first employee
Once they had sufficient finance to take responsibility of employees, Brucira hired the first designer.
The website was redesigned to give Brucira a perfect facelift on the first anniversary.Watch Video
Received media coverage
The media outlets in the country started recognizing Brucira's work by giving press coverages.Read the article
Became a team of 12 members
As Brucira got stronger, the team was joined by energetic folks and this scaled the team to 12 members.
With more members joining, Brucira move out of the apartment into a newer, bigger and brighter space.
Started marketing division
While the team kept growing, Brucira decided to pull the trigger and build their in-house marketing team.View our services
Soft launched ruttl
Brucira saw a problem in post development design review and decided to solve it by creating ruttl.Visit website
The team went remote
Amidst the COVID-19 lockdowns, Brucira switched to remote work in March.Read blog post
Completed 100 projects
The remarkable achievement occured when Brucira completed 100 projects in its second year.View clients
Awarded as India's Best Digital Design Agency
Brucira's hard work brought home the trophy of India's Best Digital Design Studio.View award
After using Brutask for 6 months during lockdown, Brucira decided to make it open for public.Visit website
Celebrating 3 Years of Brucira
Now that it's been three years, it seems like Brucira happened only yesterday. One hell of a ride!Year 2020 in Review