Winner: Monster Me
Team: Kimberly Molenaar, Kit Ying, Chloe Yau and Amelia Nichols.

Second Place: Mother in the Making
Team: Lulu Hardy, Winnie Packer, Sophie Horvat and Hannah Brooks.Jane Andrew and the winning team

Third Place (prototyped if funded secured through crowdfunding): No Shit!
Team: Michaela DiFabio, Chelsea Gilbert, Jamie Sowton and Ruby Byrne.

SA Mental Health Commission Honourable MentionFeeliens
Teams: Chloe Mulligan, Lianna Andersen and Jordan Minervini.

Institute of Private Practising Psychologists Special CommendationHumpty: The Great Fall
Team: Andrew Liu, Jordan Francis, Ben Lu and Kim Nguyen.

The winning student concept that will have a limited production run is Monster Me. The students designed a mobile game for children aged 6-12 years that aims to show them that mental health is just as important as physical health and needs to be valued and taken care of equally. Funding for the limited production run has been provided through a grant from the SA Mental Health Commission.

The second placed team, Mother in the Making, designed a reflective prompt journal that is a tool to enable new mothers to explore the myriad emotions they’re experiencing and to better understand how they’re feeling throughout this experience. Mother in the Making will have a limited production run once we secure funds through a crowdfunding campaign. The SA Mental Health Commission will provide support for the crowdfunding campaign.

The third placed team is No Shit!. No Shit! is based on an idea to address the complexities of courtesy on social media platforms and presented as a card game. The No Shit! design solution encourages face-to-face interaction to recharge relationships and engage in respective acts of good will. 

In 2019, to coincide with World Mental Health Day, Match Studio and The Bob Hawke Prime Ministerial Centre presented the inaugural Visualising Mental Health (VMH) Forum. The Guest Speaker at the inaugural VMH Forum was Mr Chris Burns CSC, Commissioner, SA Mental Health Commission and included presentations from the two winning teams comprised of 3rd year Communication Design students, as well as a panel discussion with Dr Jane Andrew and Dr Gareth Furber. It was moderated by Professor Nicholas Procter.

> View the video of the forum presentation