A music therapy app
This app is designed to streamline the network and activities of Music Therapy, between clienst and therapists.
GoodNote focuses on helping clients better organize their tasks in relation to music therapy sessions. It contains a platform for music, notes, listening data, feedback, mood progress and more.
Users can interact and share information with their therapists and get real-time feedback and help, on-the-go.
Create your account
Both you and your therapists will have accounts, both with custom facing UI's built according to their needs.
Update your sessions
After each session, you can record and store information, notes, and tasks, as well as communicate your progress with your therapist.
Focus on you
The final outcome of this app is to better yourself and keep the focus on you.
Music therapy is a niche pocket of therapy that focuses on the impact music can have in having a more centered life.
There are many different self-help apps, meditation apps, as well as music library apps on the market. Yet none address the niche community of music therapy.
Interviewing therapists and clients who use music therapy, and understanding the struggles they have with singular in-person sessions, and how I may address them.
Creating a client-facing UI, first, to assess how the client interacts with the process of therapy over an app. This will then create a bracket layout for a therapist-facing UI.
Mapping out the flow of function through the platform
Creating the step by step layout of the app to seamlessly navigate all the content
This page groups together any daily tasks, shortcut menus to music, calendar, tasks and session.
The summary page lays out the tasks and session completed during the week and an overview and your progress.
This page outlines key tasks, as well as sub tasks and how much progress has been made on each one.
The sessions page lets users see their past session and their music levels throughout the months.
This page lets user curate their go-to tasks, notes and any files they would like to share with their therapist.
Each session has its own page, eliminating distractions while in progress, to maximize productivity.
This page has a classic 'Playing now' display, with the rhythm and tempo displayed through the timeline.
The library hosts, curated sessions, your music, and music recommended to you.
You can filter the type of music genre, BPM, mood and danceability.
This page outlines your complete progress and activity over time.
Schedule sessions, add events, notes and look back on past details.
My tasks is a page for your eyes only. Your therapist will not see this and this is intended to give the user self-reflection and control over what they choose to do or plan.