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A woman holding Bowflex weights with an overlay of stats being counted by the Nautilus a JRNY app designed by Supply. The picture includes some text of the app telling the woman to "Keep your knee over your ankle"

JRNY is an adaptive fitness membership that offers personalized cardio, strength, and whole-body workouts that evolve as you do. Supply helped Nautilus design and bring to market a new and improved strength-centric workout experience within the JRNY app that leverages motion tracking, form coaching, and voice commands.

  • Content Strategy
  • Product Strategy
  • Creative Direction
  • Art Direction
  • Roadmapping
  • Project Management
  • Design Research
  • UI/UX
  • Motion
  • iOS & Android
  • Prototyping & Testing
  • Guidelines & Systems
  • Quality Assurance

Supply’s work exceeded our expectations. We even called on them to help us coach and build our internal teams’ practices and processes. We became a more effective team as a result of operating more like Supply.”

Steve Rodden // Senior Director of User Experience
Democratize access to fitness coaching.

Nautilus approached Supply and asked us to help them create a new JRNY experience that makes fitness coaching more accessible to people doing strength workouts at home with free weights. They wanted to help people improve their form, track sets, and reps and make interacting with content on a phone or tablet while working out completely seamless.

Partnering closely with their technology team and external partners, Supply prototyped and designed a product experience that uses real-time motion tracking and voice-assisted feedback to help people make accurate adjustments as they work out. Additionally, the app counts reps, records the actual weight used, and factors all this information into more informed workout recommendations.

Make a UI that works from 8-10 feet away.

The integration of motion tracking into the JRNY experience presented our design team with new challenges. Tracking a person’s workout requires their phone or tablet to be positioned 8-10 feet away from the user. To account for this new scenario, our team updated the existing design system and created a kit of parts optimized to be seen from across a room and controlled using voice commands.

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