How i used Aristotle’s 7 Elements of Storytelling on my Fitness UX case study to Empathise.

The Power of Stories in Building Empathy

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I’m designing for the people who works for a long-tiring period of time wants to work for fitness.


They are basically freelancers, live in the suburb area. They are young, age range from 27–29. They feel that they seiously need to do some serious workout.


I firmly believe i’m fit for this, as i talk to them in-body and tried to figure out what’s that stopping them from doing the workout for fitness and how they can manage it.


Users are unhappy because they don’t get enough time due to tight-schedule and various activities throughout the day. Really upsetting for them that they barely get time to do workout for fitness. Besides they don’t know from where to start and what to end.


Mobile app will be easier to use, intuitive, clean and optimised So that they can easily find out what kind of workout they need to do/ will be useful for them. Moreover find fitness trainer which will be beneficial for them to be guided in a right way which will encourage them to find time for workout and fitness. Along with these, there will be a community to get connected with each other for group workout at outdoor.


They can use the app both at indoor or outdoor. whenever they get time they can start immediately by opening app and performing tasks.


Users will be more active by using the app because of providing fitness mentor, workout tasks and community activity.



UX/UI Designer

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