“Stress? No More!”
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Our app distinguishes itself by giving every possible way to help you handle and cope with stress. Our app tries its hardest to make sure you leave the app with less or even no stress at all, regardless of your age and identity.
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An experienced UX and brand researcher with a proven track record of achieving actionable results for Fortune100 and startup technology companies. David's early UX research was integral in successful online launches for Google, HBO, Verizon, and Absolut Vodka. Later, his work for clients like Citi, FedEx, Samsung, and Globant have helped these companies build better experiences online and off.
I wonder if you do more to leverage the power of a mobile app. E.g., for music connect to a streaming service, include stress exercise videos that users can watch, etc. Text based suggestions are a good start but the app places too much on the user to find their own ways of working through the suggestions, which may lead to more stress!
Great concept and I would try to think of ways of taking this further for users for your 2.0 launch.
Robert is a Product Manager for RIA in a Box where he leads key new product developments and enhancements for their industry leading financial compliance software. Before that, Robert graduated from Harvard College in 2020 with a degree in Applied Math and Economics with a secondary degree in Computer Science. In his free time, Robert loves to adventure, play sports, and discuss his favorite television shows.
Maggie has been working in some combination of education, design and creative technology for over 10 years. She absolutely loves working with students to conceive of, design, and build creative technical solutions to real world problems.
When Maggie is not being cool and awesome with NYC teenagers, she’s usually making other things like dog portraits, live paintings, music videos, and pie.
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Excellent work overall - I think you all have a future in digital product design!
Keep up the great work!
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.
Great app concept and incredible presentation, great job, and kudos to you all! You nailed all the points out of the park, and that stress does vary individually. I really like that you all lead with empathy, and assess various ways stress can be managed.
What I think could improve your app in the future:
1) student base support is also as important as deans, tutors, and other authority figures
2) providing various resources such as nonprofits, and support centers
Incredible job and looking forward to seeing where you all take this!
Kate is the Director of Instructional Design in the Boot Camps division of online education provider, 2U. She oversees the development of intensive short courses that teach adults in-demand technology skills. She's worked at the intersection of media, tech and education for over 15 years and obsesses over the ways those things influence our culture--and how we can harness them for good! Before working at 2U, Kate was lucky enough to geek out on this stuff with fellow nerds at Mouse, the San Francisco Film Society and the Jacob Burns Film Center.
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