Alarm Tones

Wake up Rosie iOS App comes with a selection of musical alarm tones created by local Australian musicians. Morning time has never sounded so good : )

  • Georgia Fields
  • Empat Lima
  • Honor Eastly
  • lisa
  • Freya Bennett
  • Ninoosh

Alarm Tones

Wake up Rosie iOS App comes with a selection of musical alarm tones created by local Australian musicians. Morning time has never sounded so good : )

  • Georgia Fields
  • Empat Lima
  • Honor Eastly
  • lisa
  • Freya Bennett
  • Ninoosh

Designers are invited to take part.

Wake Up Rosie is a free iOS smartphone alarm clock app, prescription aimed at helping young people 12-18 yrs (young women in particular) start their day with more balanced and positive mindset. Each time the alarm clock sounds, clinic it will be accompanied by a different inspirational image created by independent designers. Users can save or share these images, spreading the good vibes throughout their own social networks.

This app aims to help users start their day in the best possible frame of mind, encouraging mindfulness and self compassion, ultimately promoting better mental health : )

Design submission:

You could make a once-off image donation, send through a whole bunch at once (omg amazing!) or you could make this a regular little fun excercise for yourself. It’s totally up to you. 

By donating an image, your work will form part of a daily happy habit for users around the globe.

Image requirements: jpeg 640 x 640

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Your work has the potential to be seen by thousands of people. You will also be helping someone feel valued and important, when they need it most – which is pretty awesome.

Wake up to ‘Open Orange’ by Georgia Fields!

Wake Up Rosie is so happy to have Georgia’s latest track ‘Open Orange’, no rx as one of alarm clock tones. Pure morning bliss!

Georgia Fields’ postcard-perfect pop combines the astral with the ordinary, visit earning her a reputation as one of Melbourne’s most admired artists. Fields made her debut in 2007, with the independently released EP Drama on the High Seas of Emotion. With each cover hand-made from a vintage Little Golden Book, Fields soon sold out of three re-pressings.

A string of festival shows followed, and in 2010 Fields was awarded a grant from Arts Victoria to produce her first full-length album, featuring lush orchestral arrangements and a 15-piece ensemble of strings, brass, woodwind, tuned percussion, and even the percussive whirr of a cordless drill. The self-titled LP was released to critical acclaim, being named Album of the Week for ABC Radio National and Melbourne’s Beat Magazine.

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Georgia Fields’ music is available to buy on iTunes or in any good record store.