New Approach to Sex Education from Health Communication Design

Recent MS Health Communication Design (IG: jefferson_healthcommdesign) alum, Alyssa Liegel, (now a senior visual designer at Coforma) recently wrote an article about her award-winning capstone project, “Why: Body Talk for Kids.” She created accessible comprehensive puberty and sex education resources that meet youth where they are, use their own language and include them in the conversation. These resources can break down stigmas surrounding the experiences associated with puberty and create a more open, empathic puberty experience. She focused on a peer-to-peer education model functioning across a two-pronged system that engages youth via both in-person and virtual media. Check out the full article on Jefferson’s The Nexus!


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