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Precision Wellness Tracking for Your Active Lifestyle


Product Experience

Problem Statement

How might we enhance data accuracy and engagement for Health and Fitness Enthusiast that they can achieve their fitness and health goals more Productively and Sustainably using wearable fitness trackers?

Problem Background 

Wearable fitness trackers have become increasingly popular tools for individuals striving to monitor their physical activities and achieve their fitness goals. In my user research, it was discovered that over 50% of surveyed individuals actively use wearable fitness trackers as part of their daily routines. This widespread adoption highlights the significance of these devices in assisting users in their pursuit of improved health and well-being.

While wearable fitness trackers are now a common choice among health-conscious individuals, several challenges persist that hinder their full potential. These issues revolve around the need for enhanced data accuracy and improved user engagement to ensure that users can effectively and sustainably achieve their fitness and health objectives. Despite the widespread use of these devices, there remains a notable gap in delivering comprehensive and user-centric fitness tracking experience.

Addressing these challenges is essential to maximize the value of wearable fitness trackers for users and empower them to reach their fitness and health goals more efficiently and durably. Consequently, the project aims to tackle these issues head-on, as outlined in the goals and proposed solutions sections, to create a more rewarding and effective fitness tracking experience for a growing number of users.

User Pain Points

We conducted 14 user interviews, and we were able to group the main issues into these categories:

  1. Low Adoption Rates: The 38% of respondents who do not use wearable fitness trackers suggest a significant portion of the population that may not find current offerings compelling, indicating potential barriers to adoption or perceived drawbacks.
  1. Narrow Goal Focus: The fact that 30.77% of users started using trackers to increase physical activity highlights a specific goal. The product may not sufficiently address a broader range of health and fitness goals, limiting its appeal to users with diverse objectives.
  1. Interface Concerns: While a substantial percentage found the interface "very friendly" (38.46%), there may be a portion of users with different expectations or preferences. Addressing interface concerns could improve overall user satisfaction.
  1. Motivation Discrepancies: The fact that not all users (76.92%) feel motivated by wearable devices to be more physically active indicates that the motivational impact may vary among users. Understanding why some users are not motivated is important for refining device features.
  1. Recommendation Hesitation: Despite a high percentage willing to recommend their current fitness trackers (76.92%), understanding the reasons behind the remaining users' hesitation can provide insights into potential concerns or drawbacks.

Addressing these pain points can be crucial for the continued success of wearable fitness trackers, ensuring that the product meets the diverse needs and preferences of users while minimizing barriers to adoption and satisfaction.


Our preliminary user research to validate the usability and effectiveness of wearable fitness trackers revealed insightful findings. Users, particularly those in the age group of 24 and 26, demonstrated a keen interest in tracking their fitness goals, with 61% regularly using wearable fitness trackers. However, there are notable areas for improvement. The limited age diversity in our sample may suggest potential challenges in reaching a broader demographic. Additionally, while a majority found the interface 'very friendly,' further investigation into the preferences of the remaining users is recommended. The geographical concentration in Canada may limit the generalizability of our findings to a global audience. Despite these considerations, the positive impact on goal achievement and the high willingness to recommend the devices highlight the overall success of wearable fitness trackers in motivating users towards a healthier lifestyle."

Landing on the solution

Having thoroughly examined the feedback and insights gathered from our research on wearable fitness trackers, users value accuracy, a broad range of supported fitness goals, and a user-friendly interface. In response to these findings, our solution aims to focus on the following key features:

  1. Enhanced Accuracy Technology: We recognize the importance of precise data for our users. To address this, we are investing in advanced sensor technology and data calibration to elevate the accuracy of our wearable fitness trackers.
  1. Diverse Fitness Goal Integration: Understanding the diverse fitness goals of our users, we are committed to broadening the range of supported activities and health metrics. Our solution will be tailored to meet the specific needs and objectives of each user, ensuring a personalized fitness tracking experience.
  1. Intuitive User Interface: Recognizing that a user-friendly interface is paramount, we are dedicated to refining and optimizing our interface design. This includes incorporating user feedback to enhance navigation, accessibility, and overall satisfaction.

Explaining the solution

Enhanced Accuracy Technology:

Pain Point Addressed: Inaccurate data and unreliable tracking.

Solution: We are investing in cutting-edge sensor technology and advanced data calibration techniques. This strategic approach ensures that the wearable fitness trackers provide highly accurate data. Users can trust the precision of their fitness metrics, allowing for a more reliable foundation in tracking their health and fitness goals.

Diverse Fitness Goal Integration

Pain Point Addressed: Limited support for a variety of fitness activities and health metrics.

Solution: Recognizing the diverse fitness objectives of our users, our solution involves expanding the range of supported activities and health metrics. This means that the wearable fitness tracker is not a one-size-fits-all; instead, it can be tailored to meet the unique needs and objectives of each user. This ensures a personalized and comprehensive fitness tracking experience that aligns with individual health and fitness goals.

Intuitive User Interface

Pain Point Addressed: Challenges with the current interface design affecting user satisfaction.

Solution: Our commitment to a user-friendly experience is reflected in the refinement and optimization of the user interface. By incorporating direct user feedback, we are enhancing navigation, accessibility, and overall satisfaction. The result is an intuitive interface that makes interacting with the wearable fitness tracker seamless and enjoyable, ensuring that users can effortlessly access and interpret their health and fitness data.

Mobile Application

An associated mobile app that complements the wearable device, providing users with a seamless experience for activity tracking, setting and monitoring fitness goals, accessing historical data, and gaining insights into their fitness journey.  

Mobile App user flow

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Future steps

Key Learnings

  • Over 50% of surveyed users find value in wearable fitness trackers for achieving their fitness goals.
  • Accuracy, diverse fitness goal support, and a user-friendly interface are crucial for user satisfaction.
  • 61.54% of users reported that fitness trackers helped them achieve their goals.

Integration with Health Professionals:

Investigate opportunities for integrating the app with healthcare professionals or wellness coaches to provide personalized advice and guidance.

Technology Integration:

Investigate the integration of emerging technologies (e.g., AI, AR) to enhance the accuracy and capabilities of the fitness tracking features.    


Product Manager Learnings:

Oluwapelumi Agbeniga

As a product manager, my key takeaway from this cohort has been the transformative power of hands-on experience. It has bolstered my confidence to tackle challenges I once deemed daunting. I have embraced the valuable lesson of prioritizing problem-solving over predefined solutions.  

Additionally, I have gained insights into crafting compelling user stories and the significance of engaging customers to enhance the overall user experience.

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