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“Avoid Drugs”

Creators: Agamdeep
High School Students from Academy For Conservation And The Environment
Type of Project:
  • UX/UI Design
Themes of Project:
  • Mental Health,
  • Physical Health,
  • Social Justice

About this Project:

The issue of my project is to stop people from doing drugs who want to stop doing drugs but they don’t know how they can stop doing drugs.

My design process is that people can talk with others and they can tell them how they can stop doing drugs.

The project works first if you open the app you have logged in or create an account and then log in you see the many photos of a person and then you have to select one from all with whom you want to talk with and then you can talk with them and they will tell how you can stop doing drugs.

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Feedback from the Judges:

👏 Director of Instructional Design at Mouse — Emoti-Con Judge
Thank you for sharing this project with us! For me it hits very close to home. I know so many people who have needed to reach out to others for help in times of need. I think the purpose and objectives are very strong. I would love to see you continue to work on this project: what are the secondary features of the app, what does the visual design look like, etc.? Once you have those two things I think you can make a really strong pitch on why your app will save lives!

👏 Manager of Community Engagement at Mouse — Emoti-Con Judge
Wow! Thank you for sharing your project! It has a great potential to positively impact those with substance issues. I think you app layout and design could include more color variations to help your app stand out.

👏 Chief Program Officer at Mouse — Emoti-Con Judge
Well done choosing a topic that impacts so many people every day. It's important for everyone to understand that there is hope for problems with substance abuse. I really like how your idea helps people access help right from an app, and I would have liked to see additional designs and features that help users safely access the help they need. Keep pursuing this idea - it could have a huge impact on many people!

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