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In the studio building where I designed the "Balance Chair."

Hello, I'm Sarah Coloma. Check out my recent design work featured on NPR and TED Radio Hour 🪑

My work ranges from mobile and desktop experiences to physical products. I love using design to help people improve their wellbeing. With that, my research and design experience has spanned everything from Login.gov, a single sign on solution for 40 million users, Medicaid, sustainable snack food marketing, innovative furniture, clinical research etc.

Reach out here to let me know where you're struggling. I'd love to help!

PRODUCT DESIGN

Clinical research companies want doctors to refer eligible patients to their studies. I designed an interface that doubled healthcare provider referrals to clinical research opportunities over two months. 

Clinical research companies want doctors to refer eligible patients to their studies. I designed an interface that doubled healthcare provider referrals to clinical research opportunities over two months. 

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PRODUCT DESIGN

I redesigned ClinOne's emails to improve clickthrough rates, address design debt, and integrate elements from the organization's recent rebrand.

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PRODUCT DESIGN

Enhancing UX for 40M users

Login.gov is the public's single account for accessing multiple government websites, making it crucial for obtaining critical services when needed. I joined the team for the summer as a Product Design Fellow through the competitive Coding it Forward Civic Digital Fellowship. 

Coming Soon
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PRODUCT DESIGN

PHYSICAL PROTOTYPING

Balance work and play with the chair that moves you. I designed and built a fully-functional automated chair that kicks you out when it's time for a break during your projects. This project was recently mentioned on NPR and TED Radio hour's Body Electric Podcast

PRODUCT DESIGN

SERVICE DESIGN

Decreasing cognitive load when recycling

A mobile app concept to aid users who want to know what they can recycle and where. 

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