Introducing another of the projects made by IT students at the Experts in Teams experience at NTNU University: The check-in application “Good Work”. The students involved in the initiative worked on a digital prototype to relieve the stress amongst people with ASD is a mood check-in application for mobile phones, computers and tablets called Good Work
An application called Good Work to help people with ASD to better handle stress in the working environment and therefore to improve their opportunities in the workforce. Good Work is a tool for the workers to notify their colleagues under which circumstances they want to hold a conversation. Our first tests have shown that people with ASD understand the first prototype of Good Work and find it useful, although bigger tests within companies will be needed. We expect Good Work to bring benefits not only to people with ASD but also to the rest of the co-workers by establishing a more comfortable working environment.
You can watch now the presentation made by the students of this project: