For this feature, I compared the most known streaming platforms out there. All of them don't have a visible alarm that tells you how much time you spent on the platform. Also, they do not gamify the process or propose different movement activities.
From the survey's answers and interviewees, I learned Twitch is mainly used for entertainment, followed by the desire for interaction, this last one growing considerably in the pandemic.
I needed two personas: a viewer and a streamer. Meet Marta, the e-girl and David, the commited moderator. They both share a passion for Twitch. Their profiles represent the Twitch's two sides, making the platform possible as it is.
These are the User Journey Maps for David and Marta. Streaming and watching Twitch are among their favorite activities; thus, they sit too much and have backache. That is what we are trying to solve!
With the survey results and interviewing, I discovered a lot of people having backache on Twitch. With this feature, we should improve postural health by improving muscle health.
By doing small amounts of exercise, viewers and streamers should improve postural health, and it is a chance to interact differently and strengthen bonds.
Analyzing Twitch's brand to build my A-Train feature was very entertaining. Twitch has a lot of fun and dedicated websites for this.
After working a bit on the lo-fi I quickly jumped into the mid-fi. I followed Twitch's UI and mimick my A-Train feature in it.
Streamers can set up the A-Train alarm for their whole stream. It allows viewers and streamers to exercise at the same time entertainingly.
The more viewers do the exercise, the more levels are filled up. Keep your audiences and your streamers active!
Earn prizes according to the levels filled. The more you exercise, the more you earn. Unique badges and emojis await you!