In September 2018, SeeMe Scotland launched an online campaign titled FeelsFM. FeelsFM, described as ‘the world’s first emoji powered jukebox’, was designed by young people primarily to encourage young people to participate in conversation about mental health. Additionally, the online platform was also designed to gather crucial insights into young people’s perceptions of mental health and key barriers, challenges and solutions to ending mental health stigma and discrimination. 

Insightful data was gathered through key questions and these printed data visualisations, in the form of waveforms of selected songs from FeelsFM jukebox, display the thoughts, feelings and opinions of the young people who participated in the campaign. 

This work is currently on display in the office of The Mental Health Minister at the Scottish Parliament.