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TECH460 Module 2 Organization Profile and Problem Statement Rubric Criteria Total Selection of Organization 30 Identification of products and services 40 Analysis of potential improvements 40 Problem statement 40 Total 150 The Organization • Fitbit, Inc. • Builds and distributes wearable products that wirelessly track activity of users to monitor health and fitness • Main competitors: Apple, Xiaomi, Huawei, Samsung • Public company established 2007 • 1,684 employees • Revenue has nearly doubled in last 5 years to $1.4B • Net income has gone from +$132M in 2014 to -$321M in 2019 • Share of wearable device market declined from 34% (2015Q1) to 2.6% (2020Q3) • Acquisition by Alphabet Inc. (Google parent co.) announced 2019 but not yet completed Sources: Plunkett Research, 2020; Statista, 2020. Products and Services • Connected health and fitness tracking devices • Smartwatches: Sense, Versa • Trackers: Inspire, Charge, Ace • Smart scale: Aria Air • Other products • Accessories • Gear • Web portal / Fitbit mobile app • Health and fitness statistics • Stress management score • Basic insights about activity, weight, sleep and nutrition • Premium membership • Guided programs • Premium challenges • Health metrics dashboard • Advanced (personalized) insights • Workouts • Mindfulness • Health coaching • Personal action plan • Unlimited in -app messaging • Data -driven guidance • 1-on -1 coaching Products Services Source: Fitbit Inc., 2020. Areas for Improvement with Technology • Broaden smartwatch features to better compete with Apple, Samsung • Wider range of non -fitness apps • Better iOS, Android integration • Better Google Assistant, Alexa support (compete with Apple Siri) • Music storage • Fall detection • Add advanced health monitoring • Blood pressure • Air quality • Improve connectivity • Offer standalone LTE option (connect without phone) • Enter new wearables markets • Hearables (smart headphones) • Smart glasses Sources: Baxter, 2020; Curry, 2020; Savvides , 2020; Sawh , 2020. Project focus Problem Statement • Support Fitbit’s addition of a blood pressure monitoring capability through design of a web and mobile app user interface with the following features: • Display blood pressure readings numerically and graphically • Track changes over time • Identify low/high readings and trends that may indicate health concerns
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TECH460 Module 6 Implementation Plan Rubric Criteria Total Include problem statement slide from previous deliverable 10 Include recommended solution slide from previous deliverable 10 Work Breakdown Structure 20 Schedule 20 Solution validation 30 Solution evaluation and continuous improvement 30 Legal, ethical and cultural considerations 30 Total 150 Problem Statement • Support Fitbit’s addition of a blood pressure monitoring capability through design of a web and mobile app user interface with the following features: • Display blood pressure readings numerically and graphically • Track changes over time • Identify low/high readings and trends that may indicate health concerns Recommended Solution • Website plus platform -specific extensions to existing apps • Justification • Integration with existing Fitbit apps is top priority • Users will not want to download a separate app just for BP monitoring • Users will want to view BP data in context with other health and fitness data • Value of integration justifies higher development and maintenance costs Work Breakdown Structure • Analysis • Draft requirements specification • Review and approve requirements • Cross -platform design • Complete common UX design • Design client -side software • Web app development • Adapt common UX design for web • Code HTML/CSS for web app • Code JavaScript for web app • Integrate with cloud API • Integrate with existing website • Test web app • iOS app development • Adapt common UX design for iOS • Code iOS app • Integrate with wearable device API • Integrate with cloud API • Integrate with existing iOS app • Test iOS app • Android app development • Adapt common UX design for Android • Code Android app • Integrate with wearable device API • Integrate with cloud API • Integrate with existing Android app • Test Android app • Multiplatform validation • Perform end -to -end test across all platforms • Conduct beta test with selected users • Deployment • Deploy web app to website • Deploy iOS app to App Store • Deploy Android app to Play Store Schedule Validation • BP app functionality for each platform (web, iOS, Android) will be tested individually • Existing website and apps will be regression tested after integration of new BP functionality • End -to -end validation test will be performed to verify functionality across all platforms • Data transfer from wearable (all models) to iOS and Android apps • Data transfer from iOS and Android apps to cloud database • Manual data entry from all platforms (web, iOS, Android) to cloud database • Display collected data on all platforms (web, iOS, Android) • Beta test with selected users Evaluation and Continuous Improvement • Ongoing monitoring and evaluation • Customer service requests related to the BP feature • Bug reports and new feature requests submitted on the Fitbit website • Mentions of the BP feature by customers in social media channels • Data traffic volumes for BP data in network • Response time for BP data storage and retrieval requests • BP data storage capacity in the database • Testing with new wearable device products and major product versions • Mobile app testing with new releases of iOS and Android operating systems • Web app testing with new releases of major web browsers (Chrome, Safari, Edge, Firefox, Opera) • Continuous improvement • Bug reports will be evaluated, prioritized, and addressed per the standard company update cycle • New feature requests will be evaluated and, if adopted, incorporated in the next scheduled major release • Server, database, and network capacity will be upgraded as needed Legal, Ethical and Cultural Considerations • Legal considerations • Health data privacy regulations (e.g. US HIPAA) • Medical device regulations (e.g. US FDA) • Potential liability risk • Regulations and risk will vary from country to country • Ethical considerations • Privacy protection • Impact on consumer health -related behaviors • Cultural considerations • Attitudes toward health data sensitivity/privacy • Levels of concern about high blood pressure and heart health • Reactions of health care professionals
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TECH460 Module 4 Technology Selection and Design Rubric Criteria Total Include problem statement from previous deliverable 10 Identification of two alternative technologies 20 Qualitative analysis of technologies 20 Quantitative analysis of technologies 20 Technology selection and justification 40 High -level design 40 Total 150 Problem Statement • Support Fitbit’s addition of a blood pressure monitoring capability through design of a web and mobile app user interface with the following features: • Display blood pressure readings numerically and graphically • Track changes over time • Identify low/high readings and trends that may indicate health concerns Alternative Technology Approaches • New Progressive Web App (PWA) • Single blood pressure monitoring app for all platforms (web, iOS, Android) • Separate from existing Fitbit apps • Linked from existing Fitbit website • Single codebase implemented in HTML, CSS and JavaScript • Website plus platform -specific extensions to existing apps • Web interface using HTML, CSS and JavaScript for browser access only • Extensions to existing Fitbit apps implemented in native code • iOS: Swift/Objective -C • Android: Java Source: Google Developers, 2020. Qualitative Analysis • Progressive Web App (PWA) • Advantages • Faster development time • Reduced development cost • Reduced maintenance cost • Greater consistency across platforms • Disadvantages • Unable to integrate with existing mobile apps • Not visible in standard app stores • Limited user interface options • Limited access to native device features • Website plus platform -specific extensions to existing apps • Advantages • Can integrate BP monitoring feature into existing apps • Fuller range of user interface options • Full access to native device features • Disadvantages • Separate development required for each platform • Higher development time and cost • Higher maintenance cost • Risk of inconsistency across platforms Source: Moqod , 2019. Quantitative Analysis • Estimated development cost for PWA: $17K -$20K • Estimated development cost for website plus platform -specific apps • Website: $17K -$20K • Android: $17K -$20K • iOS: $17K -$20K • Total $51K -$60K 3x higher cost due to separate development for each platform • Estimates based on Crowdbotics software development cost calculator with the following inputs: • Partial wireframes developed • Moderate visual appearance customization • Medium complexity • HIPAA compliance for health data • Pro developers (not necessarily USA -based) • 1 API integration • Regular updates • Moderate support level Recommended Solution • Website plus platform -specific extensions to existing apps • Justification • Integration with existing Fitbit apps is top priority • Users will not want to download a separate app just for BP monitoring • Users will want to view BP data in context with other health and fitness data • Value of integration justifies higher development and maintenance costs High – Level Design – Data Flow Current BP data from sensor BP data received from wearable Manually entered BP data Collected/processed BP data for display Manually entered BP data Collected/processed BP data for display Fitbit Cloud Wearable device with BP sensor Android or iOS smartphone User laptop or desktop Fitbit app w/ BP extension Fitbit web app in browser High – Level Design – User Interface Systolic Diastolic Systolic Diastolic Level 110 70 Normal < Back Return to main app/website menu Add manual entry – brings up entry form as overlay Graph of historical readings Current reading Color -coded level for current reading based on ACC/AHA guidelines (CDC, 2020) I have attached Sample and Task. Please take a loook TECH460 Final Project: Fitbit Blood Pressure User Interface John Student March 2021 4/20/2021 Introduction • This project proposes a technology plan to develop a user interface for blood pressure (BP) monitoring for Fitbit Inc. • Organization profile and problem statement • Technology selection and design • Implementation plan Executive Summary • Fitbit has lost market share in the wearable device market and has negative net income. • Analysis of Fitbit’s products and services suggests adding BP measurement to better compete in advanced health monitoring. • This proposal addresses development of a user interface for the BP monitoring capability. • Alternative solutions for a BP monitoring user interface were evaluated; recommended solution is a website plus platform -specific extensions to existing apps. • An implementation plan for the recommended solution is outlined including WBS, schedule, validation, evaluation and continuous improvement, and legal/ethical/cultural considerations. Organization Profile and Problem Statement The Organization • Fitbit, Inc. • Builds and distributes wearable products that wirelessly track activity of users to monitor health and fitness • Main competitors: Apple, Xiaomi, Huawei, Samsung • Public company established 2007 • 1,684 employees • Revenue has nearly doubled in last 5 years to $1.4B • Net income has gone from +$132M in 2014 to -$321M in 2019 • Share of wearable device market declined from 34% (2015Q1) to 2.6% (2020Q3) • Acquisition by Alphabet Inc. (Google parent co.) announced 2019 but not yet completed Sources: Plunkett Research, 2020; Statista, 2020. Products and Services • Connected health and fitness tracking devices • Smartwatches: Sense, Versa • Trackers: Inspire, Charge, Ace • Smart scale: Aria Air • Other products • Accessories • Gear • Web portal / Fitbit mobile app • Health and fitness statistics • Stress management score • Basic insights about activity, weight, sleep and nutrition • Premium membership • Guided programs • Premium challenges • Health metrics dashboard • Advanced (personalized) insights • Workouts • Mindfulness • Health coaching • Personal action plan • Unlimited in -app messaging • Data -driven guidance • 1-on -1 coaching Products Services Source: Fitbit Inc., 2020. Areas for Improvement with Technology • Broaden smartwatch features to better compete with Apple, Samsung • Wider range of non -fitness apps • Better iOS, Android integration • Better Google Assistant, Alexa support (compete with Apple Siri) • Music storage • Fall detection • Add advanced health monitoring • Blood pressure • Air quality • Improve connectivity • Offer standalone LTE option (connect without phone) • Enter new wearables markets • Hearables (smart headphones) • Smart glasses Sources: Baxter, 2020; Curry, 2020; Savvides , 2020; Sawh , 2020. Project focus Problem Statement • Support Fitbit’s addition of a blood pressure monitoring capability through design of a web and mobile app user interface with the following features: • Display blood pressure readings numerically and graphically • Track changes over time • Identify low/high readings and trends that may indicate health concerns Technology Selection and Design Alternative Technology Approaches • New Progressive Web App (PWA) • Single blood pressure monitoring app for all platforms (web, iOS, Android) • Separate from existing Fitbit apps • Linked from existing Fitbit website • Single codebase implemented in HTML, CSS and JavaScript • Website plus platform -specific extensions to existing apps • Web interface using HTML, CSS and JavaScript for browser access only • Extensions to existing Fitbit apps implemented in native code • iOS: Swift/Objective -C • Android: Java Source: Google Developers, 2020. Qualitative Analysis • Progressive Web App (PWA) • Advantages • Faster development time • Reduced development cost • Reduced maintenance cost • Greater consistency across platforms • Disadvantages • Unable to integrate with existing mobile apps • Not visible in standard app stores • Limited user interface options • Limited access to native device features • Website plus platform -specific extensions to existing apps • Advantages • Can integrate BP monitoring feature into existing apps • Fuller range of user interface options • Full access to native device features • Disadvantages • Separate development required for each platform • Higher development time and cost • Higher maintenance cost • Risk of inconsistency across platforms Source: Moqod , 2019. Quantitative Analysis • Estimated development cost for PWA: $17K -$20K • Estimated development cost for website plus platform -specific apps • Website: $17K -$20K • Android: $17K -$20K • iOS: $17K -$20K • Total $51K -$60K 3x higher cost due to separate development for each platform • Estimates based on Crowdbotics software development cost calculator with the following inputs: • Partial wireframes developed • Moderate visual appearance customization • Medium complexity • HIPAA compliance for health data • Pro developers (not necessarily USA -based) • 1 API integration • Regular updates • Moderate support level Recommended Solution • Website plus platform -specific extensions to existing apps • Justification • Integration with existing Fitbit apps is top priority • Users will not want to download a separate app just for BP monitoring • Users will want to view BP data in context with other health and fitness data • Value of integration justifies higher development and maintenance costs High - Level Design – Data Flow Current BP data from sensor BP data received from wearable Manually entered BP data Collected/processed BP data for display Manually entered BP data Collected/processed BP data for display Fitbit Cloud Wearable device with BP sensor Android or iOS smartphone User laptop or desktop Fitbit app w/ BP extension Fitbit web app in browser High - Level Design – User Interface Systolic Diastolic Systolic Diastolic Level 110 70 Normal < Back Return to main app/website menu Add manual entry – brings up entry form as overlay Graph of historical readings Current reading Color -coded level for current reading based on ACC/AHA guidelines (CDC, 2020) Implementation Plan Work Breakdown Structure • Analysis • Draft requirements specification • Review and approve requirements • Cross -platform design • Complete common UX design • Design client -side software • Web app development • Adapt common UX design for web • Code HTML/CSS for web app • Code JavaScript for web app • Integrate with cloud API • Integrate with existing website • Test web app • iOS app development • Adapt common UX design for iOS • Code iOS app • Integrate with wearable device API • Integrate with cloud API • Integrate with existing iOS app • Test iOS app • Android app development • Adapt common UX design for Android • Code Android app • Integrate with wearable device API • Integrate with cloud API • Integrate with existing Android app • Test Android app • Multiplatform validation • Perform end -to -end test across all platforms • Conduct beta test with selected users • Deployment • Deploy web app to website • Deploy iOS app to App Store • Deploy Android app to Play Store Schedule Validation • BP app functionality for each platform (web, iOS, Android) will be tested individually • Existing website and apps will be regression tested after integration of new BP functionality • End -to -end validation test will be performed to verify functionality across all platforms • Data transfer from wearable (all models) to iOS and Android apps • Data transfer from iOS and Android apps to cloud database • Manual data entry from all platforms (web, iOS, Android) to cloud database • Display collected data on all platforms (web, iOS, Android) • Beta test with selected users Evaluation and Continuous Improvement • Ongoing monitoring and evaluation • Customer service requests related to the BP feature • Bug reports and new feature requests submitted on the Fitbit website • Mentions of the BP feature by customers in social media channels • Data traffic volumes for BP data in network • Response time for BP data storage and retrieval requests • BP data storage capacity in the database • Testing with new wearable device products and major product versions • Mobile app testing with new releases of iOS and Android operating systems • Web app testing with new releases of major web browsers (Chrome, Safari, Edge, Firefox, Opera) • Continuous improvement • Bug reports will be evaluated, prioritized, and addressed per the standard company update cycle • New feature requests will be evaluated and, if adopted, incorporated in the next scheduled major release • Server, database, and network capacity will be upgraded as needed Legal, Ethical and Cultural Considerations • Legal considerations • Health data privacy regulations (e.g. US HIPAA) • Medical device regulations (e.g. US FDA) • Potential liability risk • Regulations and risk will vary from country to country • Ethical considerations • Privacy protection • Impact on consumer health -related behaviors • Cultural considerations • Attitudes toward health data sensitivity/privacy • Levels of concern about high blood pressure and heart health • Reactions of health care professionals Incorporation of Feedback • Alice Adams suggested including information on Fitbit’s market share in the organization profile. I agreed and included it. • Bob Baker asked why the development cost estimates for the progressive web app and the standard website are the same. I rechecked these estimates using the development cost calculator and verified that they are the same. The progressive web app is not different enough from a standard website to affect the cost estimate. I left this unchanged. • Carol Cook noted that my original WBS did not include an analysis phase. I added an analysis phase to the WBS and schedule. Career Readiness • My career goal: Web and mobile app developer • Career skills learned/improved by this project: • Describing the business value of a project • Evaluating alternative approaches to a project and selecting the best one • Developing an implementation plan • Using the project to further career goals • Post project on my Wix portfolio site • Add a link to the project from my LinkedIn profile for potential employers • List project on my resume • Be prepared to discuss the project during job interviews Conclusion • Fitbit should add blood pressure monitoring as a competitive feature • BP monitoring requires a user interface on web and mobile device platforms • User interface should display blood pressure readings numerically and graphically, track changes over time, and identify low/high readings and trends that may indicate health concerns • Technical approach recommended is separate development for each platform to enable integration with existing apps • A high -level design for the proposed user interface was presented • Proposed solution can be implemented in 3 months References Baxter, D. (2020, September 21). Apple Watch vs Fitbit: how to choose the right wearable for you. Retrieved from https://www.techradar.com/news/apple -watch -vs -fitbit Centers for Disease Control (CDC). (2020). High blood pressure symptoms and causes. Retrieved from https://www.cdc.gov/bloodpressure/about.htm Crowdbotics . (n.d.). Estimate cost to build an app. Retrieved from https://www.crowdbotics.com/build -an -app Curry, D. (2020, October 30). Fitbit revenue and usage statistics. Retrieved from https://www.businessofapps.com/data/fitbit - statistics/ Fitbit Inc. (2020). Fitbit official site for activity trackers and more. Retrieved from https://fitbit.com Google Developers. (2020). Progressive web apps. Retrieved from https://web.dev/progressive -web -apps/ Moqod . (2019). Advantages and disadvantages of Progressive Web Apps. Medium. Retrieved from https://medium.com/@moqod_development/advantages -and -disadvantages -of -progressive -web -apps -6f019223cb17 Plunkett Research. (2020). Company profile: Fitbit Inc. Retrieved from http://www.plunkettresearchonline.com. Savvides , L. (2020, November 29). Apple Watch Series 6 vs. Fitbit Sense: Top smartwatches go head to head. CNET. Retrieved from https://www.cnet.com/news/fitbit -sense -vs -apple -watch -series -6-top -smartwatch -fitness -tracker -comparison/ Sawh , M. (2020, January 28). Wareable hotlist: The tech set to shake up wearables in 2020. Wareable . Retrieved from https://www.wareable.com/wearable -tech/wearable -tech -predictions -2020 -7875 Statista. (2020). Market share of wearables unit shipments worldwide by vendor from 1Q'14 to 3Q’20. Retrieved from https://statista.com




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