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“Allergy Medicine”

Creators: Justice
High School Students from Newark School of Data Science and Information Technology
Type of Project:
  • Multimedia,
  • Social Media,
  • Visual Art & Design
Themes of Project:
  • Community Advocacy,
  • Physical Health,
  • Resource Sharing

About this Project:

This app will be a social media esc presence for people sharing a plethora of things about allergies. It ranges from stories through information. You are also allowed to shop and read the newest news about allergies. You will be able to comment and speak on other's people's posts. You can also make your own posts. Share your allergies with the world.

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Feedback from the Judges:

👏 Associate Director - Systems Analysis: AI Contact technologies at Verizon — Emoti-Con Judge
I love this idea! It provides a space for something very specific and that impacts a lot of people. Have you considered adding to the design the ability to identify certified accounts and even accounts of confirmed professionals? I think adding the ability for people to search for answers from doctors and nurses that specialize in this field would be a game changer! I know I like to search for 'real' information when getting answers to questions on the internet.

👏 Founder, Lead Designer at Bitesize UX — Emoti-Con Judge
Hi Justice!

Awesome work! I usually leave design feedback with a quick video, so I created one for you. It highlights some of my favorite parts of your project, and some next steps to keep improving.

Here’s a link to the video -

I also included some key points from the transcript for you to check out below.

Hey Justice, this is Joe from Bitesize UX here. I hope you're doing well! I had a chance to look through your project on allergy medicine, and I wanted to congratulate you on creating something really cool! You've clearly put a good amount of time and effort into it, and I think it could be very useful.

One of the highlights I want to share is that you created something very specialized. It's like a social media network and news feed mashup for people experiencing allergies. As a designer, I can tell you that having a specific idea of who your users are is a great start. Trying to create an app for everyone can be too big and confusing, so focusing on a specific group, like people with allergies, helps you design a more specific and helpful solution.

I really liked your login screen, the social media features, and the mix of interactions like chats and articles. These features would be helpful for users seeking information about allergies.

For some areas of improvement, think about why someone would want to download this app. Do they have specific questions about medications or want to see feedback from others with similar allergies? Getting more specific with the user’s needs will help you refine the details of your features even further.

Also, consider how you guide users into the app. Asking them about their allergies and what they are looking to do when they log in can direct them to the right resources. This will ensure that people get to the features that will help their specific problems.

Overall, you've done an awesome job. I'm impressed with the time and effort you've put into this project. I hope these tips are helpful and that you continue to work on this project and build your skills in UX and UI design. Have a great day and good luck, Justice!

Also - Check out this video I created to help beginners learn UX! It's 30 minutes long and you'll make a project to help people find volunteer opportunities. It includes a lot of practice with skills that will help you with your current project, as well as some of the most important skills for building apps. Enjoy!


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