Briar Evans



Foreplay proposes a sustained experience of sex education for teenagers by utilising other young people's voices and experience. It aims to counter stigmas by reframing the perception of sex with realistic, honest conversations about what good sex is: awkward, funny, sweet, noisy and above all, involving respect and trust. The emphasis is on aspects of sex that current methods fall short on, such as consent, healthy relationships and identity.
I am a big picture thinker who is passionate about problem solving, enhancing user experience and the role of design in social change. While creative thinking is at the core of everything I do, I am also a details person—with a love of typography, digital design and synthesising information.
Bachelor of Design (Hons) Visual Communication
An honest, sustained experience of sex education for teenagers, utilising young people's voices and experience to explore what good sex really means.
Foreplay—Consent article
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