|Submitted By||Emily Pulley|
|Description||The idea behind my design was to make individuals realize that going out and voting is much easier than a lot of other decisions they would have to make during their daily lives. In this case, I focused on the question "What do you want to eat?" which is usually followed by "I don't know, what do you want to eat?". An endless cycle that keeps repeating itself. When seen from this perspective, voting offers far less viable options, therefore making the decision easier.|
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