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Simplifying and Visualizing Big Data

How we adapted a popular web feature for mobile

“Fitness,” “freshness,” “fatigue,” “form,” “relative effort,” “power,” “training load,” “impulse,” “peaking,” “power meter,” “heart rate monitor…” 🤯 My first month at Strava was full of new terms and concepts. And at the end of my second month, I was challenged with a project to bring the popular “Fitness and Freshness”…

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Olia Birulia

Olia Birulia

Product Designer @Strava, instructor @UCBerkleyExtension and @trydesignlab, creator of @ uiuxdesigns (Instagram)

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