Runkeeper (Case Study): Now with extra feeling

Runkeeper (Case Study): Now with extra feeling.

TWO BEAUTIFUL YOUNG WOMEN HOLD WEIGHTS WHILE POWER WALKING ON THE STREET IN THE SUN

Tracking a run has come a long way on account that rolling down the nearby in a car, staring at the odometer to parent out how many miles you ran & setting your siblings up with stopwatches to get your cut up time. GPS-enabled units have now made it possible to song every. single. step. The accessibility of all this records has enabled and empowered people to get fit. Having a method to see improvement over time, in speed or energy or distance, coupled with the fulfillment of macro goals is motivating regardless of skill level. 52 percentage of runners these days tune themselves with some kind of GPS-enabled device. Runkeeper, a GPS fitness-tracking app for iOS and Android, is one of the fundamental players in this market, with over 50 million users. I regarded at the app’s User Experience to see if some thing should be improved, whilst retaining in idea the needs of the stakeholders and technical constraints.

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