Sweii suggested me to focus on a range of the mental illness, whether it’s in a slight or severe condition. As my target audience start from the age of 14 to 18
Week 6 I was not expected and a bit surprised that during one of the lecture classes from lecturer Daniel and lecturer Ms. Ang talked about topic related to oneself and mental health, which it is something that I want to work on for my final degree project. Deja vu? Nope. During the first week… Continue reading #19 Thoughts
Week 4 This week consultation with Mervin, I have prepared a few questions regarding to the uncertainty of whether to target mentally ill people or creating a social awareness.
The target audience that I have set is the teenagers from the age of 13 to 19 and one of the reason was due to the empirical evidence that I have back in my teenage year, and often in the American context shows that verbal insults occur frequently among teenagers and It is a serious… Continue reading Target audience
Week 4 Receiving some feedback from Lin Yew after the consultation. The most unexpected thing was that Lin Yew was a bit of surprised when I said I have finalised my target audience. He told me to find some case studies and solution regarding to teenagers with mental illness. Because I couldn’t answer Lin Yew… Continue reading #15 Feedback (Forth round)
Week 4 Will be carrying out the second round of consultation with Lin Yew. Area of discussion: Target audience, idea Notes of discussion: Final confirming about the target audience. Going for the teenagers with mental illness. Why? For instance, when they get bullied, they are afraid to seek for help and might think that they will… Continue reading #14 Consultation (Forth round)
Week 3 and week 4 So, after having three consultation from week 2 and week 3, I have decided to hold on to my target audience, which is to aim for teenagers with mental illness. And how was it going to be effective when Sweii asked me this question, my thought is that Rome wasn’t built in… Continue reading #13 Research for solutions