As a keen user of the fitness tracking app, Runkeeper, I find it frustrating sometimes when adding an activity manually because I have to scroll through a long list of activities (some of which I never use) to find the one that I want.
Wouldn't it be handy for users to be able to customise that list?
I developed a prototype using Sketch and Principle for Mac. This demonstrated how users might show/hide activities that they don't use from the list.
This made the experience more personalised and easier to use. Users can always re-enable them at a later date.
Furthermore, users can re-order activities in the list to be able to access the most commonly used ones more quickly.
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