About this Project:
After finalizing our big idea, we started to build our prototypes and transform our app wireframes into our mockups. The way our whole project would work is by signing up and making an account and picking the option of if the user is looking for help or wants to help others. Then, the user picks what topic / illness they exactly feel that they need help with or can help others with and they will also be able to request people of their choosing to help. This creates the option of working with a professional or with someone who just has been through what they have been through and can empathize with their situation.
Professionals and helpful users will be monitored, evaluated, and rated in order to make sure they are legitimate, morally and ethically sound in order to participate on the app. There will be a verification option for age when the user creates an account user certain credentials like state ID, etc.
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The link takes you to the Figma mockup design of the F.Y.I Help prototype.
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I'm a senior programmer at Studio MDHR, working on the 1930s-style video game Cuphead.
Liza Stark is a designer, artist, and educator. She is currently the Sr Manager of Curriculum at Girls Who Code focused on bringing high quality, equity-focused CS curriculum to students across the US. Liza has also designed games and created playful learning experiences around the country with the Institute of Play, littleBits, and others. She nerds out with conductive thread often, most recently by stitching talking memory quilts. She has a toddler named Zelia who is way cooler than her.
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.
Former Mouse Corps (Design League) alumni, Kim Francisco is first-generation American, queer and currently works at Dutchie as an implementation guru for the East Coast.
I think you guys are in the right direction, one feedback I have is to provide self-help resources, such as video content to habit base articles to enforce your wireframe workflow. Overall, great job!
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