A wellbeing app which will allow users to share the good things they see in Derby, is set to be rolled out across the city. The free app, dubbed Good Things Derby, prompts users to notice, rate and photograph their surroundings and map the good things in and around the area. Researchers behind the new project are now asking for volunteers to try out the app over a seven day period and those who take part will be entered into a prize draw. Dr Miles Richardson, director of psychology at the University of Derby, which has developed the app, said: “We have recently found that mapping the good things in a city improves people’s wellbeing. “This was based upon research in Sheffield, so we’re delighted to now have a Derby version of the app. “Good Things Derby records how people interact with their local green and built spaces and prompts them to notice what is around them. “We are asking people who live and work in and around Derby to use the app for seven days to record, photograph and rate the places they visit. “The app can also track their activity, allowing us to get some really rich and… Read full this story
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