ACTI.WIKI is a dynamic new mobile fitness app set to revolutionize the world of sports. With many articles, images, and videos covering everything from famous athletes to obscure sports, acti.the wiki will be a one-stop shop for sports enthusiasts around the world. Our fitness app will be available in multiple languages, ensuring that everyone can access and enjoy its rich content. We’re passionate about creating the best possible experience for our users, and we’re calling on you to join us in making that a reality. So let’s work together to bring the world of sports to life like never before. 

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Release Date

October 22, 2021

Project Types

Mobile App

Design Thinking Approach

As a top-notch UX and Development team in Texas, we utilized cutting-edge technology and a user-centered approach to design and develop this sports app.
Our team collaborated closely to create an intuitive, visually appealing interface that delivers a seamless user experience. Using agile methodology, we worked tirelessly to ensure that the sport app was optimized for performance, speed, and security. Also, we have prepared a fitness app UX case study so that you see our process of design thinking approach in creating this sport app.
If you’re looking for a reliable and innovative software company in Texas to help you bring your app to life, look no further than our team.

Used Skills

  • Figma
  • Adobe XD
  • Axure
  • Adobe Photoshop

UX Project Overview is a soon to be released Wikipedia for sports. We need your help to create a mobile app for the site! will be a one-stop shop for everything related to sports. The app will include articles, images, and videos on all sorts of topics, from iconic athletes to lesser known sports. will also be available in multiple languages, so that everyone can enjoy it. We need your help to create the best possible experience for our users.


About the Fitness App Project is a project with an ambitious goal: to be a go-to source for information on all things sports. The website is a collaborative effort, and anyone with knowledge of sports can contribute to it. The team believes that there should be a convenient, one-stop shop for sports information, and they are working hard to make that dream a reality.

Project Goal

The app is the first of its kind – a mobile app for all sorts of sports information that is slick, user-centric, and intuitive. The project goal was to create an for all sports kinds, and we think we’ve achieved that and more. With, you can quickly and easily find information on your favorite sports, get real-time updates on scores and stats, and even chat with other fans about the game.


Project Steps

First, we’ll need to do some UX research in order to understand the problem we’re trying to solve. Then we’ll move on to ideation. Once we have a few ideas, we’ll wireframe. After that, it’s time for UI design. Finally, once the UI is complete, we can start development.



We’ll need to do some UX research to understand the problem we’re trying to solve.



We’ll come up with potential solutions.



We’ll wireframe them out so we can see how they would work in practice.


UI Design

We’ll make the wireframes look nice and polished.



We can start development and turn the designs into a real, functioning product.

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User Analysis

User analysis is the process by which engineers, developers, and designers track how users engage and interact with their software, product, or application in an attempt to improve their product, bring more users in, improve user engagement with their product, and the general success of their application.










When it comes to choosing fonts, there are infinite possibilities and no shortage of opinions. However, here at the sports mobile app, we like to think that we made the best possible choices when we selected Fira Sans and Lato as our primary fonts. First and foremost, both of these fonts are highly legible, even at small sizes. This is crucial for a mobile app, where space is often limited. Additionally, both fonts convey a sense of professionalism and authority. This was important to us, as we wanted our app to be taken seriously by sports fans. Finally, we felt that both of these fonts had a bit of personality without being too quirky or difficult to read. In the end, we feel confident that we made the right choices in selecting Fira Sans and Lato as our primary fonts.

Fitness App UX

Color Palette

Choosing the right colors for a sports app is no light matter. We wanted to choose colors that would evoke passion and excitement, while also conveying a sense of strength and power. Red is traditionally associated with energy and enthusiasm, while grey conveys stability and authority. Light green was the perfect balance between the two, representing both vitality and control. In the end, we hope that our color choices will help inspire users to reach their full potential on the field.

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fitness app ux

Screen Overview

So if you’re looking for a new workout app, definitely check out the Sports App. It might just be the best one out there.


1) Headline

Now that you’ve downloaded the newest sports app, you’re finally going to get in shape…right? The first step is finding the time to work out, and the second step is convincing yourself that you won’t die if you break a sweat.

2) Progress

This app is designed to help you track your progress as you work out, and it’s actually really useful!

3) Muscle Group

The app lets you see which muscle groups you’re working out, how many reps you’ve done, and how many sets you have left.

4) Group Description

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5) Instructions

But once you’re in the gym, how can you be sure you’re using the machines correctly? And more importantly, how can you be sure you’re not going to hurt yourself?

6) Notes & Cautions

It also provides a description of each exercise so you know what you’re doing, and it even gives you cautions for certain exercises. For example, it’ll tell you not to do crunches if you have a back injury. That’s the kind of information that can actually help you stay safe and get in shape!

7) Steps & Description

This app will take you through each step of the exercise, to help you work out as safe as possible.

8) Video

Never fear, the app has you covered with its new video section. Now you can watch demonstrations of how to use each machine correctly and safely, so you can get the most out of your workout without risking injury.