Moved into a new neighborhood? Make friends in a breeze using Frenzy. Enter your Interests, preferred match distance, age and get recommended with people who would be the best fit to your taste. Connect your Instagram and Spotify to get to know more about the person. Join / create local communities to meet people with similar interests in your locality. Share statuses, posts, host talk shows within the community, helping build a network amongst yourself.

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Hey Hrithik! Thank you for taking the time to come up with this solution and to share it here! As the guest judge for this week's challenge, I am very excited to offer some feedback on what you did great and where this experience could potentially see some improvement. Overall Solution I am really liking your solutions for this experience! I think that the idea of combining interests, community events, Spotify, and other social platforms like Instagram could let neighbors really get to know each other via the app. UX I like your onboarding experience here! The header text you have helps those steps seem clear and helpful to set quick expectations for the questions ahead. I wonder if the action buttons on the discover tab could be more clear. This experience seems like a matching experience they would allow you to either move forward with a relationship or pass on it, however, I see three buttons and I am not sure what the lightning bolt button would do in comparison to the heart button. I wonder if labels would help with those actions for users Visual Design I find this Visual design to be very impressive. Your use of colors, icons type is great. This looks very professional! On the community page, I really like the design layout of those recommended communities, however, I worry that the "message" or "asked to join" buttons on each of those community cards might blend in a little bit into their background imagery. I wonder if those could be improved if they looked more like some of the other buttons you have in the application for example the text buttons or the icon buttons that you have. Overall, this is very nice work, Hrithik! I hope this feedback helps!