All four dancers are teenage girls dressed as (and who probably are) cheerleaders. They all have sapphire blue hair and wear pink and orange cheerleader dresses, long orange socks with pink stripes, and white shoes. They all also hold large pom poms, one pink and one orange each. Each girl has a different hairstyle to distinguish them; P1 has short hair, P2 has long pony tail, P3 has braided hair, and P4 has her hair in a bun. P3’s dress is a one-piece, while the other girls’ outfits are two-pieces.
The Aerobics version dancer is a girl with purple hair, who wears a pink tank top with cutouts on the sides, a green belt, some tri-color shorts with the colors being pink, purple, and white, some orange leggings some pink leg warmers, and a pair of white sneakers.
The coach is Diegho San, a man with light skin and black hair. He wears a black sleeveless hoodie, a pair of yellow pants and black and white sneakers.
Véronique stated in the Behind-the-Track interview that the background was inspired by the geometric shapes and lines from sport fields and stadiums.
The background is purple, it contains watermelons and violet and green lines. In the chorus, part of the background turns green and some lyrics of the song appear.
The background for the Fanmade routine is a living room with brown wooden flooring and white walls. There are several wall pictures, a speaker with a black and orange Les Paul electric guitar on top, and a small yellow shelf. The fanmade template is purple, and on the right is San's avatar of P2 from One Thing and the Brazilian flag.
This Is How We Do has a Mashup that can be unlocked and played through the Just Dance Unlimited service starting in December 2015. The Mashup does not have a particular theme but most of the dancers' dance moves are fitness routines.
[GM#] - indicates the occurrence of a Gold Move; the pound sign indicates the chronological appearance of the Gold Move in the Mashup.
There are 3 Gold Moves in the Classic routine: Gold Move 1: Raise your arms up. Gold Moves 2 and 3: Put your hands on your hips. For Gold Move 3, make a triangle.
Gold Move 1
Gold Move 2
Gold Move 3
Gold Move 1 in-game
Gold Move 2 in-game
Gold Move 3 in-game
There are 3 Gold Moves in the Aerobics Version routine: Gold Move 1 and 2: Punch your right hand in the air, while leaning. Gold Move 3: Put your hands together and swing them to the left and right.
Gold Moves 1 and 2
Gold Move 3
Gold Moves 1 and 2 in-game
Gold Move 3 in-game
There is one Gold Move in the Mashup: Gold Move: Point to the bottom left with both of your hands (I Want You Back).
Gold Move in-game
There are 3 Gold Moves in the fanmade routine: Gold Move 1: Put your right arm up and bend your left leg. Gold Move 2: Punch to the bottom left with both hands, bending your both legs. Gold Move 3: Throw and cross your arms, taking a step back with your right leg.
Santa Barbara Chic is incorrectly written as Said to Barbara chic.
P3 has a move that is recycled from I'm An Albatraoz in which she sits on her back and raises her arms and legs.
In the gameplay thumbnail, the coaches are seen with their border fading at their feet, like most Just Dance maps. However, in the actual gameplay the border does not fade.
P4 resembles P1 from Die Young in facial expressions. This is also the case with P1's resemblance with Danse.
When all players raise their legs, their gold socks glitch and turn to white. After they put their leg down, it fades back to normal. This is not the case in the square.
The Aerobics Version coach appears in the icon of Sweat & Playlist in the menu.
All four cheerleaders resemble the ones from the music video, Hot For Me, and Cheerleaders Boot Camp.
The watermelons and song title in the background of the Aerobics Version, are both taken from the music video.
The classic avatar's hair is lighter on 7th-generation consoles than on their 8th-generation counterparts.
This is the first Katy Perry routine to feature a Dance Crew.
This is the second Fanmade routine performed by Diegho San, after Turn Up the Love.
This is also the first solo routine for a Katy Perry song to have a male coach.
This is the only song on Just Dance 2016 to have two alternate routines.
Gold Move 1 and 2 in the Aerobics Version are similar to Gold Move 4 of Hey Boy Hey Girl
Coincedentally Gold Move 2 of the Fanmade Routine is very similar to Gold Move 1, 2 and 3 of Hey Boy Hey Girl
The Fanmade Routine would have been added in Just Dance Unlimited in Just Dance 2017 thanks to the Just Dance Minute video about Let Me Love You. However in the actual game it's not shown in the menu and only playable in Just Dance 2016.