Rebound from my first Dribbble shot.
Working on my exam project in Industrial Design, at Konstfack in Sweden. One part of my exam project is a lifestyle application for iOS. The application is made for a swedish company within the fields of genetics (and therefore in swedish).
I'm currently trying to find a nice balance between "content and chrome", and therefore all feedback is welcome!
Also; is this kind of graph an understandable way of visualizing something?
almost 2 years ago
Hey Erik, the project looks interesting. I'd like to give some feedback, but since I'm not sure about what this graph is trying to convey it's hard to provide feedback. Is there a way to have a look at the project with more context? The specific example itself seems a little hard to read: The greyish bars differ too little in hue and are not distinctable enough. Also, the overall style is very classic which may possibly suit the project, but it's hard to tell at this point due to lack of context.
In the meantime, maybe one of those links will provide some inspiration on how to tackle information visualization for your project:
Hi @Fabricio Rosa Marques ! Thank you so much for your links and feedback! :D
I've actually changed the graph since this one. It was to hard to read, and as you said, the colors did not differ enough. Now, it blue, and uses another style. I'm still working on it, and I will post an update as a rebound to this one! (I will let you know). :D
Basically, this graph is keeping track of how your sleeping, eating and training during the days of the week, to try to show the user how he/she is living, and thereby giving the user a way to improve his/her lifestyle. :P The idea is that this, together with genetic testing, recommendations for food and training along with health-tests, will make the user aware of his/her genetics and avoid getting diseases. It's a complex area. :P
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