Managing your time shouldn’t be so difficult, there must be a smarter way to manage your time.
This project was brought on by a problem my user, Matt, goes through on a daily basis.
Managing my time has always been an up hill battle. Theres always too much to do and not enough time. Oh and don’t get me started on when plans change...
Matt, the ambitious active type, needs a way to plan his weekly activities whilst remaining open to curve balls because he wants to achieve his health, relationship and domestic goals, all while reducing the stress and fatigue of constantly re-planning.
To understand Matt’s problem in more detail I wanted to get a better view of his busy schedule. I asked him to walk me through a day in his life so I could create a journey map. This excercise helped me to understand his daily pain points and frustrations so that my solutions were focused on his needs.
Matt’s core problems were:
After looking at competitors in the calendar and task management space, none of them allowed Matt to be able to move events with ease. I decided to focus on this problem in more detail, as well as the folowing solutions: