Human analytics platform for teams — case study

Challenge

  1. Making the data entry process more convenient
  2. Providing value from data entry to teams — giving some motivation to fill in data every day

Our Approach

First version release

  • Journaling (Daily entry: Win, Loss or Draw + text log)
  • Teams and dashboard for teams configurable by team admins
  • Team members’ management, invites via email
  • Shared and private logs
  • Additional data types as checklists and counters
  • Ability to comment on data entries of your teams
  • Graphs that visualize Win Lose or Draw metrics within teams

Mobile app implementation and improving UI

  • A social feed where users can see the logs of their teammates and comment on them w/o switching to the databoard screen
  • Notifications about new comments so that users could continue their discussions in the comments section

Implementing analytics as a value prop

  1. your weekly average
  2. how you stand compared to your friends
  3. your spiritual buddy last week
  4. top contributing vital (the one that influences your mood the most and correlates with it)

Result

  • Journaling (day results, WIN LOSE or DRAW)
  • Variety of counters (Book readings, daily calorie intake, etc.)
  • Daily checklists (useful routine items, taboos)
  • Teams configuration
  • Roles
  • Data sharing
  • Commenting
  • Notifications
  • Social feed
  • Insights and analytics of vitals that affect / correlate with your mood.

Technology Stack

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