Nearly one in five Americans experience mental illness, yet many UX designers lack the necessary training to effectively design for those struggling with mental health.
As UX designers, strategists, and behavioral scientists, we’re working on an initiative to improve access, reduce stigma, and leverage digital technologies to enable innovative and effective treatment experiences. The first step we’ve taken is creating the following guidelines for designing in the mental health space.
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