May 31, 2019

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Celeste Hylton-James

CATEGORY

7 Projects Improving Mental Health

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Illustration by Celeste Hylton-James In the spirit of celebrating Mental Health Awareness Month, I thought it would be interesting to take a look at how designers are looking to impact mental health. We as creative solvers have every reason to do so since depression has increasingly plagued the minds of …

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Illustration by Celeste Hylton-James

In the spirit of celebrating Mental Health Awareness Month, I thought it would be interesting to take a look at how designers are looking to impact mental health. We as creative solvers have every reason to do so since depression has increasingly plagued the minds of Americans of all demographics. Since 2011, suicide has been the 10th leading cause of death in the US. If you are one of many that suffer or have suffered from a rough patch, I want to let you know you are not alone. These designers below are trying to make a better world for all of us. So even as May leaves us, the pursuit of happier people lasts all year long.

“SHE Co-Lab” by Umila Singh

 

“Camp Sharon & Karen” by Zachary Narva

 

“The Offline Social Club” by Rachel Cho

 

“Friends with Death” by Luciana Rodrigues

 

“Mind Journals” by Ollie Aplin

 

“Mindnosis Kit” by Sara Lopez Ibanez

 

OFFTIME” by Psychologist Alexander Steinhart and Designer Michael Dettbarn