Research

Improving air quality

Co-designing with doulas

Creating meaningful metrics

Adapting wayfinding


Design

Fostering slow conversation

Playing in public

Reinventing the library

Designing an exhibit


User Experience

Telling the Soofa story

Prototyping an interface


Art

Making eye contact

Printmaking





About

Gabrielle Clarke is a human-centered designer, design researcher, and strategist from San Diego, California. She graduated from Olin College of Engineering in 2018 with a degree in engineering and a concentration in human-centered design. She loves thinking about challenging problems at the system level, and also refining small details.

She is currently a Product Design Associate at Livongo Health.


Resume / Linkedin

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A graphic illustrating the methodology for counting viewable impressions at a Soofa Sign.

A VIEWABLE IMPRESSION OCCURS EVERY TIME A PERSON ENTERS THE VIEWABLE IMPRESSION ZONE, A 140° ARC EXTENDING OUT 26FT FROM THE SOOFA SIGN E-INK DISPLAY, AND EVERY TIME A PERSON IS WITHIN THE VIEWABLE IMPRESSION ZONE WHEN THE DISPLAYED CONTENT CHANGES.




Metric redesign

To collect viewable impressions, I defined the Soofa Sign’s viewable impression zone based on research into human eyesight, viewing angles, the sign’s E-Ink technology, and standards for digital and physical signage outlined in works including the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990.