This is small tool I made during Friday and Saturday. The idea for this tool is not new at all, but I've never seen this format online before.
The tool is based on an image I found on the internet and was coded using a Node.js server with basic jQuery for the frontend on the Glitch platform
Hope you like it!
Also I'd find it easier to read if it were rotated 180 degrees and the months were stacked horizontally.
The current layout would be a good choice to display the financial situation, as the cash level tends to change on a monthly basis for many people.
Nevertheless, nice tool :-)
Reason is: Cross-Origin Request Blocked: The Same Origin Policy disallows reading the remote resource at https://allyoucan.cloud/cdn/icofont/1.0.0beta/css/icofont.cs....
Could someone please make a calendar app out of it? :)
The way this is organized isn't great for visualization. We read left to right, but since days are laid out vertically this means that horizontally adjacent cells are actually a month apart. A standard calendar interface would be more appropriate for seeing how your mood changed day-to-day (and be less confusing to interact with).
Also noticing that the line graph is deceptive; it only interpolates one point for each month, by averaging the entire month together. That's more of a bar graph.
: https://frank.salmick.com/indexfiles/images/full/mood.jpg - the red line is stress level and green line is mood
American Clinical Psychology and Psychiatry are strangely devoid of routine outcome measurement. This would be a step in the right direction. Similar Likert-type scales could also be useful for people who struggle with intrusive thoughts or hallucinations.
https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=net.daylio (not affiliated in any way)
The other thing I've also been doing that I've found much more fulfilling is writing down a daily highlight at the end of each day. I just add an event to a dedicated calendar that summaries the best moment of my day.
It's been really interesting to look back over, and it's a great memory prompt, because it gives me a way of looking back at the enjoyable times throughout the year. I've been going for just over a year, and I really don't see any reason to ever stop!
Which brings me to - definitely show the input before output on the phone. The output is a huge empty grid for most new users, even for returning users it might not show anything recent, input is something user would want to interact with ASAP when using this service.
I kept a big paper sheet next to my bed with a bunch of pencils.
The problem I realized later on is that mood changes quite a lot during the day, so just checking once a day might not be very representative.
I had "the diary" for 4 or 5 months until I moved out to a sunnier place :)
Shameless plug - I'm working on a similar project, a habit tracker with a github-like heatmap(turn it on in menu>calendar):
Edit: The difference between "Difficult" and "tough" are kinda vague too actually IMO.