Restructuring Information Architecture of Progression Fitness Tracker

This post is also a part of the Progression iOS mini project. In this opportunity I would like to give you all a look at the simplified information architecture of Progression application.

There are no big flaws in the architecture itself, but it still needs to be improved for better usability. One problem I have while navigating is whenever I want to add new exercise to my current schedule. At the first start it’s very confusing, but after weeks of using the apps I’m used to the flaw in the structure.┬á Continue reading Restructuring Information Architecture of Progression Fitness Tracker

Designing Progression Fitness Tracker for iOS – Home Screen

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Your Schedule section of Progression

I have used Progression since I started lifting weights back in 2016. I

like the minimalist design which follows Google Material Design but somehow and sometimes navigating the application while working out causes a bit stress.

So today I would like to begin experimenting by redesigning the application itself. And due to the fact I have not had many experiences designing for iOS, I would like to use this opportunity to try redesigning the structure of the app by designing the iOS version.

This project will be divided into several parts. In this part we will take a look at the home screen of Progression. Continue reading Designing Progression Fitness Tracker for iOS – Home Screen

How Britney Reminds Us How Strong Women Really Are

2007 was dark

A couple of days ago the world was shocked by the sad news coming from Linkin Park’s front singer┬áChester Bennington who committed suicide.

Drugs and alcohol are rumored to be the reason he took his life. A history of abuse was also talked about. No one really knows.

I take a look at the days in the beginning of 2007. All eyes on her. The world saw she needed help. But no one offered a hand, and so she felt down from the peak she has climbed since she was just a little girl and lost everything, including her crown that defined who she was. Continue reading How Britney Reminds Us How Strong Women Really Are

Glory – Album Review: Britney Spears Brings Us To The Moon and Back

A week ago her latest album GLORY leaked across the globe because some stores in Mexico sold it earlier than the rest of the world. I was sitting in my room, sending rude messages to most of my friends who listened to the leak and called them not-a-fan, I blocked them, unfollowed them, I did what I needed to do to isolate myself from the leak.

And today in my best friend’s room I sat in front of my computer, changed my Spotify location to Australia, then decided to listened to the album along with my best friends in Indonesia, which one of them is the admin of the only relevant Britney Spears fan site in Indonesia. Continue reading Glory – Album Review: Britney Spears Brings Us To The Moon and Back

Is Make Me Music Video The New Proof of Team Britney Unprofessionalism?


Britney Spears just released a new music video for her first single Make Me off of her up-coming album GLORY which will be released later this month but fans are not feeling it! Continue reading Is Make Me Music Video The New Proof of Team Britney Unprofessionalism?