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“Pasha Help”

Creators: Lisbeth, Angel, Denise
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
Pssha Help

About this Project:

Our App is going to be a chat that people can help these kids on what they are going through by giving them advice. I believe that kids should express themselves with other people who have also experience it. Some people don’t really want to talk to people in real life, They would rather talk to people online.

We chose to work on this issue because I believe that we should help kids and people who have experience child abuse and help them feel like they are love. We want other people who have experienced child abuse help out those who need support. I choose to make this app because I have some friends who get abused by their parents and we want to help them.

Our logo is a two tailed pasha butterfly, we choose this because we believe that the butterfly is a symbol that represents freedom. We want the kids or adults that experience abuse to be free from that mindset of being hurt by other, so that they don’t think that other will hurt them too.

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Community Feedback:

Great Design
Makes Me Think

Feedback from the Judges:

Henry McKelvey
👏 Systems Engineer Multimedia R&D and Adjunct Professor at The University of The Potomac at Sinclair Broadcast Group — Emoti-Con Judge
Good work, You did a good job on this.

Frank Billing
👏 Director, Technical Account Management at Salesforce — Emoti-Con Judge
Your product pitch for the chat app that aims to provide support to children who have experienced child abuse is truly meaningful and impactful. By creating a platform where individuals can express themselves and seek advice from others who have gone through similar experiences, you are addressing a crucial need for support and understanding.

Recognizing that some children may feel more comfortable opening up online rather than in real-life situations demonstrates your understanding of the importance of creating a safe and anonymous space. By offering a chat platform, you are providing an avenue for communication and connection that can help these children feel heard, validated, and supported.

Your motivation to work on this issue, stemming from personal experiences with friends who have been abused, shows a deep empathy and a genuine desire to make a positive difference in the lives of those who have endured such hardships. It's commendable that you aim to create a community where survivors of child abuse can come together and support one another.

The choice of a two-tailed pasha butterfly as your logo is symbolic and powerful. The butterfly represents freedom, which aligns perfectly with your mission of helping these children break free from the mindset of being hurt and promoting healing and recovery. The logo serves as a reminder of hope and transformation, inspiring individuals to believe in their own resilience and strength.

To further enhance your pitch, consider elaborating on the specific features and functionalities of the chat app. How will users connect with one another? Will there be trained moderators or counselors available to provide guidance and support? Emphasize the importance of maintaining a safe and secure environment within the app, ensuring user privacy and confidentiality.

Moreover, outlining your plans for user verification and safety measures will help build trust among potential users and their families. Highlight any partnerships or collaborations with organizations or professionals in the field of child abuse support that can contribute to the app's effectiveness and credibility.

Overall, your product pitch demonstrates a genuine and compassionate approach to addressing the needs of children who have experienced child abuse. By providing a platform for support, advice, and connection, you are helping to create a community where survivors can find solace, healing, and the strength to overcome their past experiences.

Tina Cuje
👏 Head of Delivery (Recruitment /Talent Acquisition) at Audeliss (sister company: INvolve - The Inclusion People) — Emoti-Con Judge
I commend you all for thoughtfully putting together a project that was, in part, thought of to help your friends. I believe you are right in that some people feel more comfortable talking about their problems, in this case abuse, online versus in-person, and your platform provides that comfort to them. I also love the design of the butterfly along with it's meaning.

I would recommend working on your design a bit to bring more visuals and color to the app. I would also explain in more details all of the features your app provides.

Overall, outstanding job on your project!

Feedback from the Community:

👏 a Middle School Student
I like this app!
👏 a Middle School Student
based on the project I believe it has a good topic where many people can relate to, as well as trying to help that topic which many people can fined helpful and comforting enough to care. And it is also process and detailed
Quenessa 👏 a Middle School Student
This is a really, really great project keep up the work guys.
👏 a Middle School Student from Brooklyn New York
Great job. What inspired or motivated you to create this?
Maddex 👏 a Middle School Student from brooklyn
very good
👏 a Middle School Student
good job
LJ 👏 a Middle School Student
I love the video you shared the information of the app in a good a positive way thanks to that people will get intrigued by it. As well as that try not to get nervous take your time telling the information about your project. But mostly you guys did a good job and good job with the hard work!!🎉🎉🎉
Amarie 👏 a Middle School Student
I like this app because now a days kids get bullied everyday and if there is an app that helps these victims we might be able to change the world.
👏 a Middle School Student
I really like this app because it was really creative and well made.
faith 👏 a Middle School Student from new york city
i love how you put the butterfly as the cover of your app since you said it represents freedom because since kids were abused they want freedom so i feel like kids deserve to feel free and trust people.

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