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iWorkout iPhone Application

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Online survey, task analysis, & design sketch presentation for an iPhone application that helps you track workouts and meet your fitness goals. This was created for a computer science course at the …

Online survey, task analysis, & design sketch presentation for an iPhone application that helps you track workouts and meet your fitness goals. This was created for a computer science course at the University of Washington.

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  • 1. Online Survey, Task Analysis, & Design Sketch Presentation
    Aseem Badshah, Bobby Mathews, Dustin Dickson, Jonathan Mckay
  • 2. Overview
    Problem & Solution
    Survey Description & Results
    Representative Tasks
    Scenarios & UI Sketches
    Summary
    Questions
  • 3. Problem & Solution
    Problem:
    There is no easy way to track a workout and gauge progress towards goals.
    Solution:
    An iPhone application that makes it easy to track and analyze workouts.
  • 4. Survey Description
    Built & hosted using Catalyst
    15 questions in 3 minutes
    Promoted using Facebook
    158 responses in 24hrs
    95.5% 18-25 years old
  • 5. Survey Results
    My experience level with mobile phones is...(finish the sentence)
    How often do you workout?
  • 6. Survey Results
    What best describes you when asked: Do you keep track of your workouts? (number of reps, muscle group, track improvements, etc)
  • 7. Survey Results
    Do you ever bring your mobile device with you when you workout?
    How about if it contained easy-to-use software for keeping track of your workouts?
  • 8. Representative Tasks
    Entering data for an anaerobic workout
    Entering data for a aerobic workout
    Entering body weight
  • 9. UI Sketches
  • 10. UI Sketches
  • 11. UI Sketches
  • 12. Summary
    iWorkout addresses a real problem.
    A great user experience is needed in order to get people to track their workouts.
    First sketches of the UI look good but there is a lot of room for improvement.
  • 13. Questions?

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