Riley Rittenhouse

Overview

The goal of this project was to identify an educational inequality and create an app to solve the problem. Todew is a task management app that helps young adults with ADHD manage their tasks with ease.

I spent most of my time on this project conducting research, sketching, testing and prototyping.

Project Type

UX/UI

Contributors

Emmaline Morris, Lydia McCracken

Understanding the problem

We identified ADHD as an educational inequality in high school and college students because it is being diagnosed more in adults. They often don’t recieve the same level of treatment as they would being diagnosed as a child.

Journey Map

Focus Areas

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Inattention

This includes having a limited attention span, distracting themselves and others, forgetfulness or procrastination.

Confused

Memory Issues

Students can also have a difficult time with remembering when an assignment is due, and not being able to focus on a task.

Stressed

Emotional Dysregulation

Students become frustrated and this can present as emotional outbursts and behavioral problems.

Todew Character

To get students to return to the app everyday we created a character based on some best practices for ADHD. Body doubling helps encourage people with ADHD to get their work done, and we also found that virtual pets/caring for plants can be great for creating a schedule to follow.

Todew Character

Main Features

Calendar

To Do

Timer

Timer Start

Mood Tracker

Log Mood

Initial screens

We prototyped the app in Sketch, and then developed it as a team. Our initial screens were good but after revisiting the project myself, I noticed that some of the functionality needed to be reworked.

Onboarding

Home
Name
Username
Connect Calendars

Updated Screens

Calendar
Timer
Mood+Picker
Timer+Finished