MIT EECS — Keel Foundation Undergraduate Research and Innovation Scholar
Dorothy W. Curtis
With more and more people around the world getting access to smartphones, time spent on these devices will increase as the shift to mobile continues. TimeTrackr is an Android application that seeks to help users understand and track the way they interact with their smartphones. Simply visualizing usage patterns is not enough; the goal of TimeTrackr is to provide actionable insights that allow the user to better manage his or her time.
I took 6.831 last year which taught me a lot about user interface design and human computer interaction themes. I was inspired by learning how clever and intuitive design can make people’s lives easier and more fulfilling. I hope to see my app help people become more efficient!