“Anxiety Liberator App”
About this Project:
Our app is called “Anxiety Liberator”. This is an app that helps teens and adults to cope with depression and anxiety. These issues became ubiquitous among a large percentage of teens and adults around the nation especially during the pandemic.
Our app is designed not only to distract and entertain distressed people by playing anti-stress games and watching funny or relaxation/meditation videos, but also help them to find a qualified mental health specialist assistance online from any location.
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Eric Lewis is the Engineer Of Things at Power Home Remodeling where he focuses on cyber security. He is also a Hacker, Programmer and Maker. Board member of DEFCON 610, a member of TOOOL, and 2600. When he is not breaking things, he likes to teach others programming, fixing, hacking and other useful skills.
Aurelia is a NYC-based UX designer, currently at Capital One Bank. After pivoting from a long career in graphic design, she currently uses her experience to work in the space where technology and humans meet. Aurelia is an enthusiastic champion for: the thrill of collaboration, the challenge of aligning stakeholder & user goals, data-driven problem solving and most importantly, leveraging design for social and environmental change.
Kudos for doing the research on this significant and timely topic, its a very important part of the design process.
What I do all day at work?
I design content and programs that teach young people and educators about computer science, UX/UI design, and all kinds of creative technology. I also helped organize this event - Emoti-con!
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Types of work that I do
AI & Machine Learning, Visual Art & Design, VR/AR
I am passionate about doing work that relates to
Community Advocacy, Education/Schools, Resource Sharing
The best piece of career advice I've ever received
Don't be afraid to try new things, and don't think you can't pursue something just because you aren't good at it right away!
Really great work! Keep it up!
Marie Hamlett is passionate about leadership development, bringing over 10 years of experience educating middle-schoolers and supporting instructional leaders. Marie currently teaches math, science and technology integration virtually. Prior to returning to the classroom this year she served as an Instructional Technology Coach where she blends her love for technology in the classroom with her experience supporting student learning to empower teachers to innovate and spark meaningful change.
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Thank you for a record-breaking 14th anniversary event! Comments are officially closed until next year.