Shirley Carvalhedo and Dave Maruszewski. HealthCoach4Me.com : Mobile App Design. Design Statement.
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People who frequently are concerned about their health would use this health application to easily log, view and manage their ‘health performance’, from anywhere that an iPhone may operate. Simplifying the access of health information improves user experience in dealing with their needs; with our application, the user may enter or revise his or her information regarding their age, weight, height and choose tracks that will help them to manage their fat percentage, water intake, exercise frequency and so forth. All these tracks should be set up by the user as the second step.
Alarm, Tracking and Updating
Website Graph Tracking
* White indicates what we directly used to improve the app
He is not a iPhone user
Presented eagerness to complete the tasks
Attempted to establish a relationship between the buttons at the bottom with the screens
Preferred the "My Information" as the first screen instead of "Pick a tracker“
Attempted to find the name of the Medicine in the "Health Clock" screen
Preferred the slider bar over the scroll bar but commented that he would able to work with both of them
Pointed out that there is no exit button in the first "Pick a Tracker" screen
Suggested a delete button ("key button") on the "Messages" screen in order to "clean out" the screen and avoid accumulating too many messages
Overall, gave a positive review of the app and remarked that it could be useful after a few alterations
Added a Delete Button
Same Screen Layout for Add and Change
Entrance Screen After Alarm
Click for Link
Based on this Design
Nice clear navigation on the bottom
Convenient input bars (plus / minus / dragger thingy)
Bright green 'done' bar
Application flow could be communicated via button ordering maybe?
‘Charts' and 'my info' seem redundant - maybe they can be consolidated in an accordion type format.
The 'time' inputs could use an up/down arrow scroller mechanism for the minutes (hard to pinpoint)
Completed task quickly and efficiently
Overall, liked the app much
Thought the fat percentage tracker would be very useful
Unsure of AM/PM on time
Wanted ‘sticky’ information
Confused Tracker and Health Clock
Didn’t like some text formatting (i.e. on time)
Use iPhone Convention: Cancel and Done
Force or allow a Rotation for Graph
Use AM/PM over military time