MoodMapper is a prototype for a mobile mood-tracking application that uses contextual data from the user's phone to help them to identify emotional triggers. Our goal was to design an app that would help users track their mood efficiently and quickly. We surveyed members of our target audience to identify key design criteria. Our research showed that most people stopped using mood-tracking tools because it is either too time consuming or it does not provide useful information. We responded by creating an interface that allows for quick data entry with options to add addition details when desired. The participant can adjust the frequency and timing of entry prompts. Additionally, MoodMapper can be set to draw contextual data from mobile device and other apps, adding to the overall amount of data analysis without requiring additional use input.
My team and I worked together on the concept, user research, wireframing, prototyping, user testing, and visual design. The final deliverable was an interactive digital prototype created using Flinto.
Natasha Lewandrowski | Concept, design research, wireframing, usability testing
Shannon Angdrea | Concept, usability testing, visual design, usability testing
Crystal Tong | Concept, design research, usability testing