Most couples agree that their relationship and sex life takes a hit when they start a family; 2/3 of couples are dissatisfied in their relationship after they have a baby.
There is not a lot of support out there before couples reach crisis point.
A platform where users can identify their communication preference to increase interpersonal skills in their relationship.
IDENTIFY & RECOGNISE: emotions / personality traits and communication preference.
LEARN: adapt skills to better communicate.
CONNECT TO A PROFESSIONAL: a support level for mental wellbeing. There is a lack of knowledge of what’s out there and understanding the hormones.
This allows them to:
The app raised curiosity and interest. Participants saw benefits in the concept, targeting a problem area they could all relate to. They saw great potential in helping identify relationship and communication problems, perceiving it as positive by equipping users with the skills and professional help to improve relationships.
Participants were asked:
Participants rated the app: 8.8/10
“It’s amazing. It’s working on your relationship, helping you understand your thoughts and assesses your personality. Teaches you how to avoid arguments.” - Zainab
“This solves a relevant problem for me. Most relationships have issues and this is positive to use.” - Anthony
Applying the research and design process to understand communication preferences to increase interpersonal skills in coupled relationships. Symplicit explored the following areas:
Symplicit conducted moderated user testing with 5 participants:
Participants attitudes towards Intime user testing sessions (with the mockup quiz) uncovered the following key insights: