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Impactful by design.

We craft creative solutions and build technology products that improve the communities you serve.

Partnerships over consulting.

From conception to delivery, we work closely with your team to shape digital services that people rely on, co-creating progress to serve the public. We believe in the power of small, diverse teams to collaborate and get things done.

Public servants at heart.

We are Americans, immigrants, civil servants, and Veterans. We make things that help people, and we won’t make things that harm people. That’s why we vet projects and partners using an intake framework that ensures our missions are aligned.

An approach you can trust.

Everything we do is framed in ethics, from coding to design to research. We construct ethical technology solutions. We also design for all experiences, sculpting inclusive, accessible solutions. We consider social and environmental factors, the digital divide, and user differences.

A people-first mentality.

We never lose sight of the fact that we're building products and services for individuals and communities. We’re committed to building with and not for the people, embedding with your team early on, and including your customers in the design and research processes.

A Coforma culture.

We’re a remote-first company that values collaboration, transparency, and care. We foster a culture of individual autonomy and accountability while actively disassembling imposter syndrome as we build a diverse, dynamic talent pool of mission-motivated change makers.

Cross-functional teams.

We’ve led the US Digital Service and the Obama White House through digital transformations, designed and launched digital products to solve complex challenges for partners, and forged innovative programs that improve lives.

Maia Laing
The personas and service blueprints Coforma created allow decision makers to create a sense of empathy and urgency for addressing challenges that are faced across the country. Suddenly an IT project shifts focus and the patient becomes the center of the work.
Maia LaingHHS Optimization TeamOffice of the Chief Technology Officer, US Department of Health and Human Services