“Moodbeam was born out of a need to find out how my child’s day had been when I hadn’t been with them. A period of bullying that came to light made me realise that being able to tap into a day you’re not part of was key.”
For Christina, her personal experience was eye opening. She knew that this was a situation not unique to her, but was common with thousands of other parents who often find it difficult to know how their children are feeling or know what is going on in their lives.
Together with an experienced team beside her, Christina’s idea developed from a very real personal experience into a tool that could be a solution for many looking to know more about their own personal wellbeing, or to support in connecting and communicating with those closest to them.
“To know from afar whether someone you love has been happy or sad meant that a door was opened. A door on a world where, with the help of a simple tool, that person so important to you could truly and honestly describe how they feel.”
Such is the simplicity of the technology behind Moodbeam, its use and reach means it can be easily and discreetly used everyday by everyone, whether they’re 5 or 95 years old, whatever the situation or state of mind.
We can’t wait to see where our Moodbeam story takes us, but we are even more excited to see how our unique technology can support others to truly tell their own story.
Your moods captured
Moodbeam helps you to see a complete picture of who you are and how your moods change day by day or month by month. Once we can see our moods for ourselves, we can start to rationalise and bring perspective to our daily routines.