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This page serves as the documentation for Daytracker.


In a society primarily designed for neurotypical individuals, neurodivergent individuals, especially those with ADHD and Autism, often find it challenging to maintain daily wellness habits. Recognizing and tracking one's progress and mood patterns can be even more intricate in such an environment, leading to a sense of overwhelm and an inability to sustain positive habits.
The need for an intuitive and focused tool became evident, prompting the initiation of the Daytracker project.
Daytracker is a distinctive tool specifically designed for neurodivergent individuals. This easy-to-use tracker sheet allows users to consistently monitor three crucial metrics: their daily habits, sense of progress, and mood. The core essence of Daytracker lies in its ability to seamlessly integrate habit formation with personal growth.
The motivation behind Daytracker's development stems from the recognized challenges neurodivergent individuals face in maintaining daily wellness. By providing a tangible, visual method to track and understand one's daily habits and emotions, Daytracker seeks to bridge the gap between intention and action. Its creation emphasizes the importance of daily reflection and encourages transformative personal growth over time.
Drawing upon the principle that small changes over time can lead to significant results, Daytracker offers a straightforward and effective framework. By allowing users to easily input and visualize their daily habits, progress, and mood patterns, the tool aims to motivate continuous self-awareness and improvement. Over time, users can observe patterns, understand their progression, and make necessary adjustments, ensuring that they remain on a path that resonates with their wellness goals.


Neurodivergent individuals often struggle with establishing daily wellness habits and consistently tracking progress. Many existing tools amplify complexity, making it harder to maintain motivation over time. Daytracker seeks to offers an easy-to-use solution for habit tracking and mood pattern recognition, fueling sustained motivation and promoting transformative personal growth.
Challenge Statement

How can we develop an accessible and user-friendly habit tracking and mood pattern recognition tool to better support neurodivergent individuals in establishing and maintaining daily wellness habits, while also fostering sustained motivation and promoting personal growth?

Challenge Areas
  • Unadapted Societal Structures: Neurodivergent individuals frequently encounter challenges when navigating a society primarily tailored for neurotypical individuals. The lack of environments that cater to their unique needs impedes their ability to maintain daily wellness habits. Recognizing and tracking their progress and mood patterns become even more intricate in such settings, amplifying feelings of overwhelm and complicating the establishment of positive habits.
  • Inconsistent Habit Formation: Neurodivergent individuals, especially those with ADHD and Autism, often grapple with forming and maintaining consistent daily wellness habits. Despite good intentions, the initiation and retention of these habits can prove daunting due to fluctuating motivation, distractibility, and other inherent challenges.
  • Difficulty in Tracking Progress: A common hurdle for many neurodivergent individuals is the visual tracking of their daily habits, moods, and overall progress. Traditional tracking methods might seem overly intricate or lack the flexibility needed for individual variations.
  • Lack of Tangible Reflection: Without a clear, tangible method to reflect upon, understanding and interpreting one’s emotional and habitual patterns can become vague. This often results in missed opportunities to course-correct or reinforce positive behaviors.
  • Overwhelming Data Complexity: Many available tools bombard users with an excess of metrics and data points, leading to cognitive overload. Such complexity often deters consistent use and makes it challenging to derive meaningful insights.
Intervention Points
Understanding the unique challenges faced by neurodivergent individuals, Daytracker has been carefully designed to provide tailored support through:
  • Focused Metrics: By centering on three primary metrics - daily habits, progress, and mood - Daytracker offers a streamlined, user-friendly approach that avoids unnecessary complexity.
  • Visual Feedback: The easy-to-use tracker sheet provides users with immediate visual feedback, fostering a tangible sense of achievement and continuity.
  • Pattern Recognition: Daytracker’s design promotes pattern identification, allowing users to discern their mood and progress trajectories. This insight aids in understanding what works and what requires adjustment.
  • Simplicity at its Core: Built on the ethos that small changes lead to significant outcomes, Daytracker minimizes cognitive load, making it easier for users to stay committed and benefit from transformative personal growth over time.


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Explore our expanding resource library with articles, infographics, scientific papers and other information related to the project. Below is a curated selection.
NeuroTribes by Steve Silberman
What Exactly is Neurodiversity? (Source: How to ADHD)
The world needs all kinds of minds (Source: TED)
ADHD & How Anyone Can Improve Their Focus (Source: Huberman Lab)
Human Neurodiversity Should Be Celebrated, Not Treated as a Disorder (Source: NowThis News)
Papers & Articles
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Section in development


January 10, 2019 - The idea for Daytracker is born after identifying the challenges neurodivergent individuals face in tracking daily habits and mood patterns.
January 22, 2019 - Research begins.
February 9, 2019 - First prototype is ready.
February 9, 2019 - Logo development completed.
January 15, 2020 - First version of Daytracker is published.
September 26, 2023 - Development of the new improved version of Daytracker is completed.