Sara Sosnowski

I am a UI UX Designer and Design Thinker

About Me

I love to see change and how technology transforms the way we work, live and play. In the last 10 years of experience in the New Media field, I've seen how these transformations change us. I can see both angles, where there are resistance and fear of what the future withholds; but on the other side as many innovations in history, there is a greater good if we choose to. I am passionate about utilizing technology to connect people, education and making our lives better.

The better we design processes and products, the more thought we put into them, applying human-centered design, we will effectively find ways to live our lives. Throughout my career, I won Best Portfolio Award at the Art Institute, I have managed the creative direction for web design projects, IOS Native Applications, worked for fortune 500 companies where I have expanded my experience in project management, human-centered design, and marketing. I am a learner for life.


Our awesome services which we provide for your needs

Cisco Systems

Part of Learning@Cisco utilizing the human-centered approach to redesign multiple platforms for training employees enterprise level. I work closely with developers, product owners, business analysts and engineers applying cross-functional communication for product development.

CBS Interactive

I was responsible to design wallpapers and create flash banners for CBSSports portal. The main clients I worked for: AT&T, CocaCola, Fantasy Football and Masters Tournament.

Movie Tickets

Created wallpapers, flash panels, video panels for new trailers, graphics, logos, poll graphics and sweepstakes for up and coming movies published on the website: All my work met the criteria and standards of studios such as Sony Entertainment, Lucas Films, Walt Disney Studios, Warner Brothers, Focus Films and others.


We specialize in creative mobile apps, websites with high impact and marketing strategies.

Design Thinking

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Design thinking has a human-centered core. It encourages organizations to focus on the people they're creating for, which leads to better products, services, and internal processes. When you sit down to create a solution for a business need, the first question should always be what's the human need behind it? In employing design thinking, you’re pulling together what’s desirable from a human point of view with what is technologically feasible and economically viable. It also allows those who aren't trained as designers to use creative tools to address a vast range of challenges. The process starts with taking action and understanding the right questions. It’s about embracing simple mindset shifts and tackling problems from a new direction.


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