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The Last Of Me / death, attitudes, life

The Last Of Me
The Last Of Me

A final year dissertation, The Last Of Me is a service model designed to increase our acceptance of death, and hopefully, decrease our fear of it, through the idea of planning.

It is about leaving our last words for our loved ones in the form of an art print, and it starts with an Ipad Application. The application helps us design the print and store it in a database. Through death registrars from governments and public organisations, the service will search for a match from the database. After a user’s death is verified, his recipient is informed and their delivery details are confirmed. The art print will then be delivered to the recipient.

Does it solve arelevant problem?Score: 40 %Does it balanceeffort and use value?Score: 60 %Does it create apositive experience?Score: 80 %Does it strengthengroup relations?Score: 60 %Does it reflect orpromote highmoral-ethicalstandards?Score: 60 %
University

National University of Singapore

National University of Singapore
Singapore, Singapore

Tan Corina,
National University of Singapore