Digital dictionary of emotions
"So many commentators cite the limitations of text as a medium when it comes to expressing emotions.
Few recognise the problem is not the keyboard, it is our vocabulary of emotions", says creator Sarah Hatherley.
Having a dictionary of emotions in the palm of your hand allows users to drill down in the moment, to find the most appropriate word.
By funnelling through 5 primary emotions to find the right category of feeling they're experiencing, the app subtly educates users on the nature of emotions.
And now with the ability to draw their own emotionary 'selfie', young people are given valuable time to reflect on how they feel before sharing it.
English a second language? You'll love the extra funny feelings. At last, all the idioms and informal feeling words explained.
Funny Feelings® apps designed to give young people the tools and skills to express themselves well in the digital era.
For more information contact Sarah Hatherley via the email form in the menu bar above.