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Creators: Amarie, Raelis, Yovayah and Quenessa
Middle School Students from Mouse Design League (DIIT) @ I.S. 171 Abraham Lincoln Middle School
Type of Project:
  • UX/UI Design
Themes of Project:
  • Mental Health
B Aware

About this Project:

The app is for all ages and people can chat to others who share the same experience, or if they don’t want to go share they can chat with a programmed AI and they can call with users and make friendships and group chats to take their mind off of the bullying and body shaming they experienced. There will also be a positive message given every time they open the app. There will also be a teacher and parent m0ode where students can message their parents to notify the teacher or the students can message the teacher themselves about bullying and body-shaming that they are experiencing in school.

Our app targets victims of bullying of all ages. Mostly kids and teens in school, because they receive more mistreatment from others. Also teachers can engage and communicate with us about the topic , not only teachers but parents as well. Why you ask ? Well our team thinks its better for the parents to see what their child is going through , better less than seeing them suffer.

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Feedback from the Judges:

👏 Director, Technical Account Management at Salesforce — Emoti-Con Judge
Your pitch for the app addressing bullying and body-shaming is commendable. Creating a safe space for individuals who have experienced such mistreatment is crucial, and your app aims to provide support and connection to those who need it most.

The inclusion of chat features that allow users to connect with others who have shared similar experiences is a valuable aspect of your app. By fostering a sense of community and understanding, individuals can find solace in knowing that they are not alone in their struggles. Additionally, the option to chat with a programmed AI provides an alternative avenue for those who may be hesitant to share their experiences with others. The ability to make friendships and engage in group chats within the app offers an opportunity for users to take their minds off the negative experiences of bullying and body-shaming. This social aspect can provide much-needed distraction and emotional support, further promoting a sense of belonging and empowerment.

Including positive messages every time users open the app is a thoughtful touch. It can serve as a reminder of self-worth and resilience, providing encouragement and uplifting sentiments to users who may be feeling down or discouraged.

The incorporation of a teacher and parent mode is an interesting feature. By allowing students to notify their parents or reach out to teachers directly about instances of bullying and body-shaming, you create a channel for communication and intervention. This can facilitate timely support and intervention, ensuring that appropriate actions are taken to address the mistreatment.

Emphasizing the importance of creating a safe and confidential space within the app is vital. Highlight the measures you will take to protect user privacy and ensure a secure environment for sharing personal experiences.

Overall, your app has the potential to make a significant impact in combating bullying and body-shaming. By providing a platform for support, connection, and communication, you empower individuals to seek help and find solace in a community that understands their experiences.

👏 Digital Sales Graduate at Hewlett Packard Enterprise — Emoti-Con Judge
Great idea that is very well thought out. Was very good to see the thought process behind the idea.

👏 IT Infrastructure Support at ArcherPoint — Emoti-Con Judge
Your app could give a lifeline for someone to reach out and get help or talk to someone in ways they may not have been able to. I would add ways to send positive messages written (would be approved/moderated) by students/friends/parents/teachers. I love that you are thinking bout AI features as it becomes a standard everywhere and in everything. It was very interesting to see your thought process and design evolution.

👏 Head of Delivery (Recruitment /Talent Acquisition) at Audeliss (sister company: INvolve - The Inclusion People) — Emoti-Con Judge
This is a meaningful app that you have brought to life with your presentation. I liked seeing your paper prototype be transformed into digital formation. Having the functionality to message teachers and parents could be a beneficial resource to those being bullied. I would consider adding more visuals and color. Perhaps think about how you can differentiate your design and concept in comparison to others who may have thought of something similar. Overall, I could see your app in schools all around the country. Well done!

Feedback from the Community:

👏 a Middle School Student
Amazing project i love it!
👏 a Middle School Student
very good app!
👏 a Middle School Student
I really like this app because it helps people be able to express their feelings.
👏 a Middle School Student
good job
👏 a Middle School Student
I think this design is very helpful and useful and I really like the AI feature and the Teacher mode options.
Maddex 👏 a Middle School Student from brooklyn
its cool
Denise 👏 a Middle School Student
It's a very helpful and Creative app. There are lot of Designs and Decoration.
Quenessa 👏 a Middle School Student
Even though this is my own project I really think that we did great and put a lot of effort.
👏 a Middle School Student
I believe that this project is very creative and is overall a good project, with many details on how it works, and it is also very detailed on how it can help others which many be dealing with this problem.
👏 a Middle School Student
I like this because many children are being bullied and are not able to talk to or don't want to to talk to adults or anybody else but this allows them too by making them feel safe
👏 a Middle School Student
this project is good and well put together and it is creative and different then most apps
faith 👏 a Middle School Student from new york city
i love the idea that you guys did because you did it very creative and i love all the colors and the way it looks,very good project.
Amarie 👏 a Middle School Student
I love the app that me and my group created
👏 a High School Student
I think the way you designed the slides was really cool! Also, I think this app is helpful and a good idea overall. I like this app :)
👏 a Middle School Student
I honestly think its a good idea because there are many people who struggle with bullying and their mental health. So, because of the app the app users can be honest and get things out of their mind to distract them and improve their mental health.

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