Agloro, Alexandrina R
Harrison, Lane T.
The developing use of technology and applications for health and wellness tracking presents an opportunity for expansion and advancement in women’s reproductive health tracking. Through current ovulation tracking application analysis, interviews, and surveys, this project explores the requirements for an effective ovulation tracking application. The three major features found to be fundamental for a successful ovulation tracking application were discreetness, customization, and content. Based on these findings, a prototype iOS application was developed directly derived from the mentioned features.
Worcester Polytechnic Institute
Major Qualifying Project
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