Salt Lake City, Utah – June 20, 2016 – WeFeel has launched a campaign seeking support from the Kickstarter community to raise $25,000 by July 17, 2016. The mobile application allows users to journal, track, share, and visualize emotions to improve awareness and gain insight into why they feel what they feel. Funds will be used to expand the integration of the app to wearables, build the user management and licensing portal so larger practices and institutions can provide WeFeel to those in their care, launch Phase 2 of development, and grow the subscriber base.
The inspiration for WeFeel came from Jeff’s, a co-founder, desire to understand people’s emotions and how they work. He wanted to understand the world where he didn’t fit in because he was diagnosed with high-functioning Autism (Aspergers) at the age of 39. With the support of his wife and kids, Jeff decided to create WeFeel to help everyone understand their emotional self and help researchers gain insight to the experiences of emotion.
WeFeel’s interface allows users to quickly select emotions that they are experiencing at any time. The app enables people to scale the intensity and add items for tracking purposes. It’s designed to be simple and easy to use. Once an emotion is submitted, users can then share it with a loved one, therapist, care provider, or employer. A built-in dashboard provides a visual trend that can filter based on location, social situations, and activity. They have also integrated a social aspect which allows users, especially psychologists, therapists, and other professional care providers, to view accounts of those who have shared with them.
Visit the Kickstarter campaign to learn more. Click here to make a contribution. Backers can choose from a number of attractive rewards. Perks will be delivered by October 2016.
Please keep in mind this is an “all-or-nothing” deal. If the campaign does not reach the funding goal, then the project cannot move forward. So know that any amount given can make a difference. This is also an incredible opportunity to be a part of a special project! Help the campaign reach its goal by sharing this on Facebook, Twitter, and other social networks. The more people know about this, the more support the campaign will receive.
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