We’re excited to share with you that Calm Harm has been shortlisted for the ‘Best Not-For-Profit’ at this year’s UXUK Awards!

Already a multi-award winner, Calm Harm is now in the running for an award focused on celebrating excellence in user experience. The User Experience UK (UXUK) Awards was established in 2013 to recognise excellence in user-focused digital or service design. The Awards celebrate the great and innovative UX offerings from organisations that take pride in creating the best possible online or multi-channel experiences.

Calm Harm, which has currently been downloaded over 800,000 times and is featured on the NHS app library, is an app to help from teenage mental health charity stem4 to help teenagers resist or manage the urge to self-harm. As stem4’s design and development partner, we worked with them to design the user interface (UI) and personalise the user experience (UX) on the Calm Harm app.

You can visit the UXUK Awards website for a full list of all shortlisted projects – as you can see there is some big competition from some prestigious names! What an achievement to get shortlisted alongside the likes of the BBC, Cancer Research UK and Samaritans!

The awards ceremony will take place on November 22nd in London – fingers crossed!