I'm one of the creators of WeFitter.com, a digital platform for eomployees that gamificates and rewards active lifestyles with prizes and challenges. Soon we will be an app (link to invision https://projects.invisionapp.com/share/NR45AIHEA#/screens/100694733)
We go the companies, both marketing for costumers or HR for employees, and they have a customized space where they can add customized challenges and rewards program.
1- User signup
2- Connects a fitness tracking app or device
3- Selects company with a validation code. They can also skip since the platform is available for any user
4- User earns points being active and workingout.
5- They have access to rewards with points cost or they can also join challenges.
Also they benefit from our rewards & challenges program as WeFitter it self. Is like a transversal rewards we offer for all users, no matter the company
The issue, in terms of UX, is with the challenges!
In terms of logics, do you think is logical that a user can join more than one challenge at the time? At the end, they are getting points from kilometers and calories. Right now they can. We launch as wefitter challenges every week and they can be active in more than one challenge. Do you think is ok or should be restricted to one challenge at the time? Will it damage users with less possibilities and adding restrictions?
Users can be part of their employee program and join a challenge but also be part of a gym program and join their challenge too.
Do you think user can join as many challenges they want or should be restricted to one at a time? Some companies, at then who are paying for the service, they say they only want users to join a challenge at the time while users would want to join as many as they want.
I hope you understood my conflict. Any help will be appreciated.