Apparently working on this site is not so good for his bodyweight :-P
I like the sci-fi styling and animations. It definitely looks cool.
Unless he's working out
Interesting UI. Could use some more contrast.
But wow. Those animations are cringe. Everything moves for no reason...
I really enjoy seeing Anand push the concept as far as possible.
Yes it could have more contrast/less animation/whatever, but all of this would come at a cost for the sheer amount of sci-fi "the future is now" personality that's in there.
Nice. I love the transition effects.
I actually don't mind the animations and sci-fi feel to it, the quality and execution is impressive. However the design of the gauges along the top kind of turns me off, reminds me of over-designed car dashboards and more flashy than informative.
That being said I like the idea of a service that combines multiple self-tracking data sources in a more unified manner than Apple's HealthKit or Google's equivalent. Apple's Health app sucks for gaining any kind of insights.
Looks very sci-fi and classy, but pretty hard to.. ehh... get any insights or meaning out of that. Like, oh cool, three different colored graphs for sleep. So what? ;) Was it OK? Are there any sleep problems? Do they somehow relate to glucose intake? No way to compare data from different days (or I didn't notice such way). Well, I pretty OK remember what I've done through the day, so graph showing me I've got two coffees doesn't mean much to me; quite contrary, it will be cool if I'll be able to say notice that monthly coffee intake is somehow related to hours of productive work... Etc. No offense, just what I see (and what I don't see ;)).
Looks like you can compare data from previous days. Also looks like Anand lost some sleep over this! Only 1.8 hours last night. Offt!
I think the site is great, but yeah you could get a little more insight from the graphs. But for 1 guy making this themselves, it's awesome. Was also a huge fan of the previous iteration of the site.
What I meant by "compare" is like matching say heart rate with mind activity and steps count, to have some insights. Mind data alone is cool, but you can't understand why say you've been unproductive, you can just see that you did. But almost likely, you already knew that ;-) And I agree, for one guy it's pretty cool, and he will most likely make it better soon.
Ah, gotcha. Yeah that sort of insight could be really powerful. Looking forward to seeing this grow. Looks like there's been 3 of them working on it, but still ace!
Pretty cool. You need to set a vertical hidden overflow though, since the scrollbar pops out everytime I click on the nav elements and moves the page.
thanks, that should be fixed now
SO cool dude!!
I love the visual but I don't get the purpose, honestly
Thank you! This is amazing.
Kewwwww. Very Sci-fi like. I love it, it's like something out of the future or a game.
This is where insurance companies - in particular health - want us to head towards. Monitor our every move and then customise our policy around our behaviour.
I'd be interested to know the cost this type of detailed monitoring takes on the user i.e. how much time does Anand spend tracking his data - passive vs. active
The big question is would you let your insurance company track you like this so you could save on your health insurance policy? Would privacy be an issue for you? Is this where we are headed as a species?