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“The Key to the Cure”

Middle School Winner
Creators: Farren, Giuliana, Victor, Ava and Valentina
Middle School Students from Mouse Design League (DIIT) @ P.S. 207 The Rockwood Park School
Type of Project:
  • Business & Marketing,
  • Game Design,
  • UX/UI Design
Themes of Project:
  • Education/Schools,
  • Entertainment,
  • Mental Health
Screen Shot 2023 05 17 at 4 43 29 PM

About this Project:

The Key To The Cure is designed to help people with memory loss and depression.

Our design process is the area where we show the storyboard, napkin sketch, and happy path. Each of these topics will show you how the app works and what the outcome would be at the end. We have come up with our idea of the app by listening and taking notes on meteors that entered our classroom throughout the day. By them teaching us about the topics of memory loss and depression it showed us how we can get our app rolling.

Our project works by clicking on the game or feature you want to use on the home page. It will bring you to the page and you can use it.

Project Media


Screen Shot 2023 05 17 at 4 43 55 PM



More About this Project

Links to the Queens Chronicle newspaper article about our “Pitch Day” and to our Figma wireframe app design.

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Community Feedback:

Great Design
Makes Me Think

Feedback from the Judges:

👏 Director of Instructional Design at Mouse — Emoti-Con Judge
This app is very engaging - I love the colors and the variety of activities! If I would recommend one change, it would be to narrow the focus of your pitch from memory loss and depression to just depression. Not many people recognize that depression can cause memory problems, and your app could educate them on that. The memory game feature could also be customized by the user to show photos of things that they love. This is great, and I look forward to seeing what you create in the future!

👏 CEO at Mouse — Emoti-Con Judge
Incredible!! This app, its design, and your presentation deliver on every level. The problem you have identified is vast, the activities you've included provide clear pathways to solutions that will result in improved outcomes for users. By spending time understanding your app's "Happy Path" you were able to break down the app design experience to create a design that works. Your presentation. Communicates the compassion and love you put into this app design and shows how well you collaborated as a team!

Feedback from the Community:

Barbara 👏 a Teacher and/or Educator from NYC DOE
This app design shows such a creative, empathetic approach toward helping people suffering with this disorder. Your team put so much effort into this design! Well done!
luke 👏 a Middle School Student from new york
you guys had a really nice thing about the key to cure
👏 a Middle School Student from New York
This was so good and great.
Victor 👏 a Middle School Student
This was so great the best presention ever
👏 a Middle School Student
This was so great and very creative.
anthony 👏 a Middle School Student from New york
Nice board witht he name of it with the color thing around the words its very cool !
Nino 👏 a Middle School Student
Wow. This is very cool. I like the way your poster board is. keep working Hard!!!!
👏 a Middle School Student
andi 👏 a Middle School Student from NYC
nice victor pavis!
bob 👏 a Middle School Student from NYC
Awesome sauce
Isabella 👏 a Middle School Student
I really like your project and I think you guys did a awesome job!
Victoria 👏 a Middle School Student from new york
i love his project you guys did a great job orginizing this work
Katelyn 👏 a Middle School Student
I love the name of you project.
John Paul Mangieri 👏 a Middle School Student
This project was very orginized and detailed. I think this project can be very helpful.
giuliana 👏 a Middle School Student from my mom
This was the best project in the world!!!!
giuliana 👏 a Middle School Student from my mom
This was such a great project!
Annette 👏 a Middle School Student
OMG! this is so cute and creative!

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