Strava -- designing a sports social network

Montgomery, Angus
November 2015
Design Week (Online Edition);11/20/2015, p5
Trade Publication
The article presents a reprint of the article "Strava - designing a sports social network," by Angus Montgomery, which appeared in the December Sports issue of the periodical "Creative Review." Topics discussed include the significance of website and mobile app Strava to cyclists and runners, how Strava has started, and the insights of Gareth Nettleton, director of international marketing at Strava, regarding the app.


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