Plantopia is an elegant plant encyclopedia that isn't just pretty but is also very functional! During the pandemic houseplants have become super popular. I began collecting plants in early 2020 and wanted to create something that captured my passion for nature while providing people with excellent tips and plant care advice.
At the moment, self help tools have a lot of room for improvement as they currently make the process feel like a task or chore. Is there a way to make self help more effortless and enjoyable; where one feels like they’re casually passing the time during this pandemic but are actually making great strides to improving their mental health?
Ginkgo is an app that assists you in self care in a fun new way! Join your pal Ginkgo as they help you out with your daily activities while keeping you on track and motivated. Every activity completed will offer rewards that will be redeemable at a virtual plant shop. You’ll be able to watch your plant grow as you grow and even customize your plant friends using your rewards.
First of all lets get rid of that outdated and stereotypical package design that results in so much waste. Let’s create something fun and stylish that you don’t feel like you need to hide in public or that makes you feel awkward to purchase at the cash register. Monthly subscription boxes have become extremely popular during the past few years so why not bring this option to the table for period care.
I believe this is a major issue as periods are something natural that all females experience. Current product branding is very outdated and isn’t very appealing which definitely doesn’t assist at all in helping with symptoms that we experience once a month. Women shouldn’t feel embarrassed and ashamed when a pad or tampon falls out of their pockets at school or work. Period products are also kind of a pain to purchase as you never know exactly when your period will hit, how long it will last, or how heavy your flow may be. Packs of products come in various amounts and sizes and some find it hard to know whether they’ll have enough for their next period. The last thing I want to do during that time of the month is run out to a local store because I ran out of pads.