A case study for EMMA: Exercise and Movement Motivation App
Adults (18–30) who desire to exercise more throughout the day but can’t find the time to do so.
We began with a habit tracking idea but quickly realized we needed to narrow down our project scope. Thus, we decided to…
Here is our team’s site map. We broke up our app into four main sections: workouts, leaderboard, progress, and profile.
For my portion of the tasks flows, I focused on the sign-on process and the leaderboard page. Here is the overall flow of both task flows.
Emma: Exercise and Movement Motivation App.
As we begin to create the brand of our app, we decided to each attempt to visualize how we wanted our brand to feel. We came up with individual mood boards and style tiles and collaborated together to create a final group style tile.
In short, we want to make it easy for our users to exercise. To do so, we focused on tiny prompts that help nudge the user to exercise a little each day. Our diary study showed us that users were able to find the time to complete a short exercise…
Misbah, Anand, Sara, Anjini, Esmeralda
The mission of Barry’s Bootcamp is to “work hard, have fun, find your strength, and be your best.” Because Barry’s is an in-person class with a cost for each session, it does require significant effort to participate but includes a specially designed “Red Room”…
Limit my use of Social Media and YouTube
Anytime I found myself using the apps, I would write down the activity I was doing right before.
I found that anytime I just finished an activity or was bored, I would immediately jump to my phone. …