Anyone who exhibits the classic symptoms of ADHD will have difficulty with all or most of the seven core executive functions.
Russell Barkley, Ph.D.

Introduction: ZEN is a platform designed to support adolescents, teens, and adults in effectively managing Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD). The site integrates researched and proven tools such as the Pomodoro method, meditation, and timers to enhance focus, productivity, and overall well-being.

Problem Statement: Individuals with ADHD often struggle with maintaining focus, managing time, and regulating their attention spans. Traditional methods of managing ADHD may not always be accessible or effective for everyone. Therefore, there is a need for a user-friendly online platform that offers personalized support and incorporates evidence-based techniques to help users better manage their ADHD symptoms.

Objective: To design and develop an ADHD management online site that provides users with effective tools and resources to improve focus, productivity, and overall well-being.

User-Friendly Interface: Created a clean and intuitive interface with clear navigation to ensure ease of use for users of all ages.

  1. Personalized Dashboard: Developed a personalized dashboard where users can set goals, track progress, and access recommended resources based on their individual needs and preferences.

  2. Integration of Tools: Incorporated the Pomodoro method, meditation exercises, and customizable timers into the platform, allowing users to choose the techniques that work best for them.

  3. Accessibility Features: Implemented features such as customizable font sizes, color schemes, and keyboard shortcuts to accommodate users with varying accessibility needs.

  4. Community Support: Integrated a community forum where users can connect with peers, share experiences, and seek advice and support from others dealing with ADHD.

Research: Conducted interviews and surveys with individuals diagnosed with ADHD to understand their specific challenges, needs, and preferences. Reviewed existing literature and studies on ADHD management techniques, including the Pomodoro method, meditation, and timers. Analyzed competitor websites and applications offering ADHD management solutions to identify strengths, weaknesses, and opportunities for differentiation.