Independent usability evaluation of three mood tracking apps – Daylio, What’s Up and Stop, Breathe and Think.
The evaluation contains findings from user testing, where participants were given three tasks to complete: (1) making a mood journal entry, (2) analysing the mood progress over time and (3) using the app to improve one’s mental health and wellbeing.
Based on the findings, the report proposes a set of guidelines for designing mood tracking apps and mental health journals.
Who should read this report
- startup founders, product managers and designer responsible for designing mental health apps
- innovators looking to launch new digital health products in mental health space
- Learn 14 actionable design recommendations for improving the UX of your mental health app, based on user testing findings
- 45 pages PDF report
Table of contents
- About the study
- Tested apps
- Summary findings
- Success rate
- Time on task
- User satisfaction score
- 14 UX/UI design guidelines for designing user-friendly mood tracking apps