Gym Rat Fitness App
Gym Rat is responsive web app to help people reach their goal of starting a new fitness routine. I was inspired by the potential for using emotional design to help someone commit to a new healthy habit. Click the button below to see the project brief, including objective, persona, user stories, design criteria, and feature requirements.
Visual Design, Grids, Icon Design, Style Guide, Interaction Design, Wireframes, Mockups and Prototypes.
USER FLOW DIAGRAM
I kicked off the project with some user flows to establish the information architecture.
I created this moodboard with the user persona, Rebecca, in mind. The feeling evoked is playful, warm, casual, and quirky. The project brief talks about helping users who are new to exercise find a routine that works for them. The color palette, fonts, and imagery is inviting to people new to exercise. I also like the idea of the app being fun to use, as a way to encourage people to create healthy habits.
To experience the finished prototype, click the button below.
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