Designer Karin Soukup introduces her interactive app designed for people whose lives have been affected by cancer. Based on a complex wheel of emotions developed through research and beta feedback, she aims to create a social app that uses a system of binary emotional descriptions to allow users to express themselves and provide support for each other.
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