When an individual loses someone to suicide, there is often
a lapse of communication from their friends and family members. Individuals do not know what to say or how to
offer comfort during this difficult time.
The objective of my design campaign is to bridge the gap of communication between individuals who are grieving over
the loss of a loved one due to suicide and those around them who wish to comfort them. This campaign will focus on providing tools, resources, and educational materials to help both those grieving and those trying to offer support, comfort, hope, and love.
SENIOR CAMPAIGN: 4us;
The campaign is titled 4us; because it is not just for him. It is not just for her. It is not just for you and it is not just for me. It is 4us; together, forever. Grief does not have an end date and 4us; will be a continuous resource to help those throughout their
Tools and resource materials were designed for an educational packet. This includes informational materials individuals may need in order to understand and communicate with a person who lost a loved one to suicide.
Individuals can choose to send their loved one who is struggling a healing box. There are three types of healing boxes which are comfort, love, and hope. Each item selected for the boxes was carefully considered in order to help the receiving individual heal. Each item touches the emotional and physical senses in order to help stimulate comfort, love, or hope.