Young people heading to college can now rely on a trustworthy source to help them cope with social pressure.
With design thinking, we turn ideas into reality.
for the youth.
Understanding what is empathy.
Mental and fitness awareness.
Jessica, is a designer, needs an empathy web that can help her cope with her anxiety.
David, is a student, who needs an empathy web in understanding behaviors.
With its launch in mid-July, Mental-X would start its web.
Week 1, Day 1: Design a responsive web for therapy consultation.
The main focus was offering mental assistance to individuals.
Week 2, Day 6: We conduct a competitive audit with feedback.
Discuss empathy and how challenges can lead to growth.
Week 3, Day 14: With constructive insights, we proceeded to refine.
Analyzing our competitors, there is a demand for speech-to-text.
Week 4, Day 20: Enhance the perception of mental content.
With gestalt principles, let's design a responsive website.
Week 5, Day 28: Let's use minimal content to design animation.
Increase vertical spacing as a few participants weren't pleased.
Week 6, Day 35: Annotate crucial observations and the design.
Finish with desktop, it's time to focus on the mobile experience.
Week 7, Day 42: Adding speech-to-text technology to innovate.
Designing a mobile prototype for users to access mental support.
Week 8, Day 52: Let's break down the middle section into parts.
We introduce a groundbreaking design, with cutting-edge.
Week 9, Day 63: The solution aimed at promoting growth.