Christine ChungVisual Communication Design
Peach is a mobile application that empowers women with the education of sex, relationships, consent and their changing bodies. The app allows women to discreetly track their periods, sexual history and learn about various topics. Sex Education is majorly flawed in the U.S. where only 13 states mandate sex education to be medically accurate. Peach is here to help women have unbiased, accurate information at all times. Peach is judgement free and knows you need the answers before you can even have the questions. Peach also curates content for the user as she continually uses it and allows the user to ask anonymous questions to health experts. As users sign up they will be able to order a complimentary kit. Be informed, be confident, and be yourself with Peach!
7 in 10 girls believe they are not good enough or do not measure up in some way, including their looks, performance in school and relationships with family and friends.
This confidence exhibit takes place in a women’s bathroom, a place where self-esteem is often questioned and challenged. The exhibition educates people that low self-esteem in women starts at a young age and aims to change the perception of beauty through an empowering experience. A visitor is guided through graffiti mimicking statistics regarding self confidence, then are invited to take a photo in the photo booth, write and receive a compliment, and read inspirational stories. This is an exhibit for all women to find the confidence within.
Trash Talk Symbol Set
This symbol set was created to help people sort their trash in a corporate workplace. The objective was to create a cohesive set of symbols in three different categories.
Recycling: plastic bottles, cans, paper
Compostable items: coffee cups, tea bags, food waste
Landfill items: candy wrappers, chip bags, bottle caps
The Poverty Problem
This infographic website addresses Seattle’s new $15 minimum wage laws and its effects, looking beyond the scope of direct impact of the law and into the larger issue of American poverty.
View the live site here.