As a Service and User Experience Designer, I am passionate about technology, sustainability and humanity. I see my works of design standing at the crossroad of technology and humanity. In my recent design practices, I applied technology as intervention to shape people life and bring social impact and made technology more human.
In this project, we identified people's concerns about climate change, especially for the younger generation, who will have to live with the long-term effects of our present actions or inaction, which can be recognised as climate anxiety. It can create barriers to engage in climate action, as people feel overwhelmed with negativity and struggle to enact real change.
So 432 Habitat was created. A digital audio service with climate healing and real actions, which encourage Gen Z & Gen Alpha (who have to co-exist with climate anxiety for decades) to value and treat climate anxiety. Thus, helping people beyond paralysis and into action.