Sara Scobie, Designer in Brighton, United Kingdom
Sara Scobie

Designer in Brighton, United Kingdom

Member since July 31, 2018
Sara is a British digital designer specializing in crafting refined user interfaces and engaging user experiences. Her background lies in strategic brand and platform design, giving her a solid foundation in turning customer and business requirements into delightful, functional solutions.
Sara is now available for hire


Digital Design


  • Co-founder and Creative Director

    2016 - PRESENT
    Driftime Media
    • Designed a web platform for stories, solutions, and community action to protect the ocean, tackle the climate crisis, and help build a more just, equitable planet.
    • Created a digital strategy and experience for an app, unlocking the world's finest hotels' potential, generating more revenue from luxury spas, pools, meeting rooms, and more.
    • Developed the user experience and platform design for a hospitality startup, disrupting high-end, at-home dining for both world-class chefs and diners.
    Technologies: Material-UI, Figma, Sketch, FigJam, Adobe, App Design, Platforms, Digital, UI, UX
  • Founding Partner

    2015 - 2020
    Curate Labs & Magazine
    • Defined the art direction and campaign concept for online creative content marketing aimed at luxury travel.
    • Designed a platform for a UK-based recording studio, including the website, newsletters, and blog using a CMS.
    • Created the information architecture and wireframes for an online educational platform.
    • Worked on the editorial design and online reading experience of an online magazine.
    • Produced a native Android and iOS UI for a VR historical experience app.
    Technologies: Webflow, Readymag Design & Development, Squarespace, Sketch, Adobe InDesign, Adobe Illustrator, Adobe Photoshop, InVision


  • Bachelor of Arts Degree with Honors in Graphic Design
    2009 - 2011
    Kingston University - London, UK



Brighton, United Kingdom

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