San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Mindapples and Unboxed Consulting are developing a brand new app for young people and students to help them better understand their moods and wellbeing.
To create the best and most useful app we are looking for insights from 18-25 year olds to help us make something that young people and students will truly want to use.
If you're aged 18 - 25 we need your help! Come along to our first workshop and tell us what you think would make a great app and what features you'd like to see. We'll go through what we're planning to develop and use your input to guide the development process. The workshop will be 2 - 3 hours long, taking place at the Unboxed offices in Shoreditch.
This will be the first workshop of 3 throughout the development process and we'd ideally like you to come to all 3, but if you won't be able to make the later ones, that's ok too.
For taking part, we will credit you in the finished product and you'll get a chance to be a part of creating an exciting and useful tool which will help young people better manage their wellbeing and mental health.
We will also provide refreshments and £10 for your time and expenses.
An app funded by Innovation Labs (funders Comic Relief, Nominet Trust and the Paul Hamlyn Foundation).
It will focus on one simple action: a record of mood at a single point. A simple mobile tool to help people understand how their actions contribute positively and negatively to their moods.
We want users of this app to have:
- Increased awareness and understanding of their mood states and how they can affect them.
- Better understanding of what action to take to manage themselves, and when to ask for help.
- Better daily habits and more support and tools to call on to help them manage their moods.
The meeting will take place at Unboxed offices in Shoreditch, a 5 min walk from Liverpool Street station or Old Street station, above the Water Poet pub. If you have trouble finding it, give us a call on 07734058566.
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We teach people how their minds work and encourage everyone to take better care of their minds. We spend most of our time helping businessesmake the most of the minds of their staff, and sharing this knowledge and our unique public mental health approach with the wider community through our pop-ups, toolkits and education programmes.