— 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
Branding for levity

— User Experience

Telling the Soofa story
Prototyping an interface

— Art

Making eye contact
Printmaking


About

I’m Gabrielle Clarke. I'm a manager, design researcher, human-centered designer, and engineer from San Diego, California. I graduated from Olin College of Engineering in Needham, Massachusetts in 2018 with a degree in engineering and a concentration in human-centered design. I love thinking about problems at the system level, and also refining small details.

Last year, I worked as a research and development intern at female-founded smart city sustainable hardware start-up Soofa on user engagement projects throughout the company. I’m currently taking a break from the tech world to explore my love for food and working with people as a restaurant manager at The Crack Shack.

In life, I enjoy traveling and learning new things. I have a particular fondness for Southern California weather, good Mexican food, and rock and roll.

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A brief exploration in printmaking
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Preliminary Base

Handprinted book from woodcut, 2016. Video by Nur Shlapobersky.





Oyster I

Linocut, 2016.




Hey for four

Handprinted book from lasercut woodblock, 2016.






BAD AIR

Handprinted book. Polyester plate lithography on a variety of papers, 2017. Video by Nur Shlapobersky.




Keenan, Omniscient

Screenprint, 2016.




Departures IV

Relief print from cut plastic matrix with frosted acrylic sewn on top, 2016.




Tryptic tapestry

Woodcut on cotton muslin, 2016.