Hi Anne-Laure Fayard , I added photos of our first prototype into the media gallery of this post. Check it out :) And our interviews last week were really fascinating-- the most important piece of feedback that we received was that we need to pick a specific target audience (based on age, region, level of education, etc.), which we are working on. Our user testing also prompted us to consider how the materials of our box will be maintained over long periods of use and time. Additionally, we are now considering using many more visuals than words in our materials to bridge language barriers and make the information more accessible. We interviewed a teacher who gave us a really important question to work with: how can we hand this project off to local community leaders who can design a sex education toolkit based on the specific needs and interests of their students? We are in the process of answering this question.
Regarding our community feedback via the google doc, we had responses from individuals in 3 different continents! The respondents provided great insight on what topics could be taboo in their communities and they also helped us figure out the extent to which the toolkit could be used between children and their parents.
Also, we have updated the format of the box quite a bit. We will be posting more updates later today. Stay tuned!