This case study is part of the UX & Product Design program at Berghs School of Communications. Our focus was to design a product cantered around "Biometrics for healthy living." Through extensive research and careful consideration of various factors, we embarked on a mission to explore the potential of biometrics in improving people's well-being. Based on thorough research and analysis, we made an informed decision to narrow our focus to biometrics—specifically, measuring and managing stress. Our choice was driven by the extensive research we conducted, which revealed the significant impact of stress on individuals' well-being.

By concentrating our efforts on this specific aspect of biometrics, we aimed to create a solution that could provide tangible benefits to users within the given project timeframe. We aimed to develop a product that could help individuals measure and manage physical and psychological stress through biometric data, a key area impacting people's overall health.

After conducting an extensive desk research about Biometrics and health, we discovered that there is a lack of holistic approach when it comes to understanding the way the human body reacts to stress and ways to deal with stress. What we mean with holistic approach is the understanding of what the body is going through when stressed (through biometric data) and ways to actually deal with stress in order to decrease it. We have also came to this conclusion through conducting competitive analysis of existing mental health apps, such as Mimic Earbuds and Oura Ring. Those devices are great at Biometric and understanding the body, but lacks a holistic approach of combining biometrics, Artificial intelligence and guidelines to reduce stress.


Design a solution for people to understand their stress levels and ways to manage it.

Provide personalised methods to reduce the user’s stress levels.

Improved the mental and physical health of the user through understanding their stress levels and how to manage it.


The design should be easy to use and simple, that is to not stress and confuse the user.

To not overcomplicate the design by providing too many options, the key is to pinpoint the important features of the design.

The implementation of AI, that will help with the personalisation of the suggested methods to reduce stress and e.g. work outs.

To make the biometric accessible if looked for, but not very visible from the get go. The reason is to not stress the users out if they are already feeling stressed.





The design process


major contributions

Product designed to help people manage their stress levels better, for healthier mind and body.

April - May, 2023

UX & UI Designer

I primarily worked on user research, user persona development, interactive design, usability testing, prototyping and took almost fully responsibility on the final UI design.

In our design process we followed the Double Diamond Theory and Lean UX process. We aim to incorporate the key phases of Discovery, Definition, Ideation and Implementation in this project.