Bloom by Tricia Chean

Bloom is a project for Craft and Therapy designed by Tricia Chean and it will be showcased at the NUS DID Grad Show which opens today at The Plaza, National Library Building.

“Bloom redefines the treatment process for patients suffering from perinatal mood and anxiety disorders. Based on the therapeutic qualities of crafting, it is a sensitive and non-invasive solution that removes the fear of stigma, while providing a structure to crafting that effectively guides the patient through treatment sessions. The motivation to create functional items also drives patients on the road to recovery.”

Tricia likes to explore how visual communication can be used to enhance the appeal and usability of products and systems. “My interest lies in observing current trends and using them to find better alternatives to everyday problems.”



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