After revising constraints, I narrowed down my audience to young, new, millennial dads. I went with this group because I want to teach preventative steps on this topic, and starting with a younger generation fits this measure the best. Here’s some design exploration that I think goes along with this audience as well!
A couple of visuals that I came across that I thought were interesting and relevant: Infographic: Mental Health for Men June is Men's Health Month! Mental Health America is proud to recognize June as Men's Health Month. Check out the…www.mhanational.org More Than Movember: The Critical State Of Men's Mental Health Movember is a spectacular example of cultural intervention in men's health. A portmanteau of the Australian-English…www.forbes.com
Capstone Update: Daddy Issues?
Shifting gears into a more specific and disruptive topic: daddy issues. There’s a lot out there supporting the ‘daughter’s’ (or child’s) side on this issue, but what about diving into the father’s side? Here’s a story that discusses this concept and what the daughter can do to recover: Yes, "Daddy issues" Are Real Thing - Here's How to Deal The term "daddy issues" gets tossed around a lot, but most of the people doing the tossing are getting it all wrong…www.healthline.com