A microsite about mental health and self harm culture.
︎ About This Project
Harm is a space for people who have self-injured to discuss their experiences and recoveries honestly. This microsite hosts anonymous stories from real people, creating candid conversations without aggressive triggers, or shock-value. The project asks readers to look inwardly at their own coping mechanisms, to see what self harming behaviors they have normalized for themselves.
The website is lo-fi and mainly text based, allowing anonymity and intimate engagment with the written stories. Images and colors were carefully curated to create a space that felt honest and vulnerable, rather than overwhelming.