- UX/UI Design,
- Visual Art & Design
- Mental Health
About this Project:
With many buttons specific for any needs, we have ways you can remotely contact,
talk and set up schedules for your therapist and you to talk. We have an “SOS” button specific for anyone with a suicidal ideation, which will give a quick therapist call and/or a speed dial for emergency services. We created this app to help draw awareness to mental health as many see mental health as less than physical health and try to gaslight themselves into thinking they don't need help because they're just being dramatic and there are others going through way worse or they will be judged and seen as less valuable if people are able to find out the problems they are struggling with internally. so we want everyone to be able to receive the help they need and know that they are enough and that their problems aren't less than anyone else's problems. Because we care!
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Feedback from the Judges:
A dedicated Product Manager passionate about using technology for good, with experience in market research, competitive positioning analysis, and financial modeling. Skilled in data management and cloud technologies, holding AWS and Azure certifications. Committed to diversity and inclusion within Pan Asian communities and ethical technology practices, he aims to drive positive change as an insightful Emoti-Con judge.
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What I do all day at work?
I teach graphic design and help prepare students as they enter their professional careers! I love helping students prepare their portfolios, how to negotiate their salary and prepare for interviews, and tips for self promotion! Before starting my teaching career, I had worked in the graphic design industry for 20 years and started a reusable tote bag company along the way. I continue to work on projects as an independent designer. You can check out some of my work at hollytienken.design
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Types of work that I do
Visual Art & Design
I am passionate about doing work that relates to
Animal Rights, Community Advocacy, Mental Health
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