Tell users what your password rules are up front, rather than making them guess and wait for validation errors.
I had this conversation with my friend about an hour before the game started last night. This is why fantasy football is so cruel. I had the right read on last night’s game but every fantasy guru in the country says you never bench your #1 pick on the first week.
Aaron Rodgers got 11.56 points.
Russel Wilson had 22.54.
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Take the hint.
My first week with the app was pretty sedentary, something I was painfully aware of but couldn’t seem to change.
But the application sent timely bits of encouragement. I’m usually put off by push notifications but these didn’t feel heavy-handed. They were light in their writing style and the application gently nudged me to try to hit my goals. At first the goals were very small, like 1500 steps or 2000 steps. The more I hit these goals, the more motivated I became.
Now look at my 2nd week with the app.
I’m becoming obsessed with my steps. The dotted line represents the goal Breeze set for me and I’ve been blowing through it for the last week. Today’s goal is the highest it has set for me yet at 4500 steps and I’m already half way there and it isn’t even lunch time yet. If I walk to lunch today I’ll blow through my goal again.
I wish I could explain the psychology behind what they’ve created. I don’t know if it’s @BreezeApp specifically or if I would feel this way about any of the apps that take advantage of the iPhone 5S M7 processor. I believe Breeze has done an excellent job of using positive reinforcement to get me thinking about my steps. I was probably in a place where I was truly ready to change something. But whatever the reason, it’s hard to argue with the results. I hope to be over 10K steps a day soon.