Kinduct has developed the world’s most advanced human performance software platform. Kinduct’s athlete management system aggregates data from hundreds of athletic tracking devices and gives organizations the data analysis tools to optimize human performance. Over 50 NBA, NFL, MLB, NHL, MLS, and NCAA teams, 30,000 public safety members, and 25,000 personal trainers are using the Kinduct platform to ensure that athletes achieve peak performance and avoid injury.
The Kinduct Performance product has been extremely successful thanks to the amount of features within the product, however, the user experience and visual design had a lot to be desired. It was feature-rich, yet complicated to use, and difficult to navigate. I provided a complete platform overhaul involving user experience, user research, wireframing, prototyping, visual design, styleguide, and component library for future development.
Over 50 NBA, NFL, MLB, NHL, MLS, and NCAA teams, 30,000 public safety members, and 25,000 personal trainers are using the Kinduct platform to ensure that athletes achieve peak performance and avoid injury. To put it simply, it needed to work wherever they are, be it at practice, a combine, in the gym, or on the field.
“If you don’t have a good solution, you don’t have a good problem”
Problems: Key athlete profile information & daily actions are buried inside many different areas.
Key Metrics have no context.
It’s a very limited overview of an athlete and not much is automated.
Visually cluttered, with too many tasks and no clear path. Screen real estate is not optimized with valued content.
The main task of producing reports with various chart types is difficult and time consuming.
Athletes will have specific metrics that are identified as key performance indicators visible at all times.
Activities, events, triggers and notifications around performance and progress are clear.
All metrics have context - Trends, Times, Rankings, etc.
All metric data is automated into various reports and chart widget types that can be displayed with a simple click instead of manual labour.
Secondary information is neatly tucked away, yet easily accessible through the side panel.