12.29.15 | Tyler Kingkade
Campuses are increasingly paying attention to the issue of sexual assault, but it's not a subject everyone feels comfortable talking about in public.
Jared Wolens, a senior at Stanford University, has thought of a way where people can share messages about sexual violence, in their own words and voices, anonymously, using an app called Flyy.
The voice recorder app enables users to record and post messages anonymously, even changing the pitch of their voice to ensure anonymity and tagging them to a particular community or topic. Wolens worked as a designer on the app and used it to launch a "100 Voices Strong" campaign.