Workout Tracker for Android
With every project there are good bits and bad bits, and the only way to work on projects that have more good bits than not so good bits is to learn, and apply what is learned to new projects.
What went well?
- As this was my project, I was in complete control of what I wanted to do with it. I had, essentially, limitless time and budget to make the app as good as I possibly could.
- I was in a really good position to perform some guerrilla user research and testing that gave me some very useful and insightful information when I was going through the design process.
What would I change?
- After lining up two separate android developers to help me get it into production, I finally lost momentum with the project after both of them had to leave the project for different reasons. I had hoped that one of them would be able to return and continue work, but eventually it became apparent that this wasn’t going to happen. The project has since been shelved.