An online dashboard for a new fitness and activity tracking device and service.
Microsoft, Redmond, WA
Senior UX designer and lead for the Dashboard project, working closely with a team of PMs, designers, and developers. I was also part of a larger design team focused on the definition and design of all the different product platforms.
With the launch of the Microsoft Band—an activity tracking wearable and app—Microsoft also launched a new cloud service platform called Microsoft Health. The service would allow it’s user to connect multiple apps, with a goal of helping improve the health of its users through data analysis and insights. The Microsoft Health online dashboard was one of the platforms users could view integrate data from the band and other fitness and tracking apps to one location.
I joined the six week project shortly after it began. Initially, the team was focused on creating individual weekly and monthly views of all the tracking data. Working with the team, I defined the overall structure and visual design for the site including the information design of the data views and observations—auto-generated insights based on the tracking data. Prototypes were built to test the overall approach with beta users and internal teams.
Under a very tight schedule, the team publicly released a new service including the website that allowed users to view and gain insights from the Microsoft Band data.
The Microsoft Health Dashboard applications and services were shut down in 2019.