AprilZero

A personal dashboard with a lot of metrics and an amazing UI

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Krish Dholakiya
Krish DholakiyaHunter@krrishd · itskrish.co
Two reasons for posting this: 1) an amazing UI worth learning from 2) potential for a SaaS or self-hosted products for people who want to keep track of similar metrics
Ria Blagburn
Ria Blagburn@riaface · Founder, GrowBeyond
That design is LOVELY.
Nikita Korotaev
Nikita Korotaev@nikitakorotaev · Incubating products @ Glocal Partners
@aprilzero has done an impressive job. I definitely think this should be productize. I'm using roughly the same trackers, but can't make any sense of the data for myself. This feels like something I want to have for myself.
Krish Dholakiya
Krish DholakiyaHunter@krrishd · itskrish.co
@nikitakorotaev I feel the same way, many people would pay big bucks to be able to see all of their key metrics in a dashboard format, especially when it involves exercise, health, travel, etc.
Erik Torenberg
Erik TorenbergHiring@eriktorenberg · Former Product Hunt
@krrishd what's the scope of the business potential here?
Helen Crozier
Helen Crozier@helencrozier · technology mentor
it's amazing... I'm so into that data but have never seen it presented like this before.
Santosh Sankar
Santosh Sankar@santoshsankar · Cofounder, Director, Dynamo
This is awesome. There was also 0 sacrifice of speed to make those brilliant visualizations. I was up at RISD last month and saw similar visualizations of personal data at their design museum -- awesome to see someone adapt and improve on that. The mash up of all this personal data could really reveal some interesting things: physical activity when traveling, combine daily activity with weather, calories burned, food consumed, stress levels (perhaps using heart beats as a proxy) during various times of year / certain events. Stellar stuff