Let's reinvent their relationship to emotions
To conclude my 3 years of studies in graphic design and illustration at the Agence-École LVB2 I imagined Sensee. A unique space to support children from 3 to 11 years old in their management of emotions.
The school is the 1st place of socialization of the child, he spends about 8 hours of his day there per day. After this, medical appointments sometimes follow.
The Sensee space acts as a decompressing airlock, it accompanies the child by creating a moment of caesura between the outside world (noisy, hectic...) and an appointment/lesson requiring a certain concentration.
Thanks to the implementation of several devices based on the 6 senses, the emotions of the child are regulated, he is relaxed and his curiosity is stimulated.
WHAT I DID :
Brand Identity & Art direction
The logotype uses the “Baloo” typography. Rounded and enveloping, it reflects Sensee's personality.
As running text was chosen "Mulish", for the purpose of adaptability and accessibility, the “OpenDyslexicAlta” typography can replace it. This typography was designed to make reading more readable for dyslexics. Thanks to a weight balance, the reader is able to quickly recognize the correct letters.
In order to extend the Sensee experience, an application has been created. This app is sound only to prevent screen misuse.
It mixes tales, guided meditations or exercises allowing the child to respond to an emotion.
The child selects his mood, and content is offered to him so that he can independently reassure, energize or give himself confidence. The application has “a dark mode” and a “dys” version. Parents can also track their children's usage to allow an additional support.
Emotions are tinged with nuances, they are not manichean. These overlays make it possible to generate new colors.
Colors can be layered to create dynamic interactions and compositions.