For this week's challenge, I did a research on hiking which gave me an idea about what the user journey would feel like. The first screen allows the user to explore any Mountain trail according to their skill level. (Challenge brief) The second screen gives more options for the user when searching for a specific trail. And the third screen gives more info on the particular trail the user selects.
For this week's challenge, I did a research on hiking which gave me an idea about what the user journey would feel like. The first screen allows the user to explore any Mountain trail according to their skill level. (Challenge brief) The second screen gives more options for the user when searching for a specific trail. And the third screen gives more info on the particular trail the user selects.

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Thanks for your constructive feedback Crowwwn,
Hello Osho, thank you for participating in this week's challenge! You have done a great job solving this week's challenge by allowing users to search by difficulty as well as get suggestions on the home page. I can easily find the difficulties within the description screen. I am not sure the "Swipe" text is needed on the home screen since most users know that they need to swipe when they see a set of images stacked like that. It's not wrong to have it, but it's one way you could simplify the screen. On the search filter screen, it would be nice to be able to see how many results are going to show after each filter is chosen. This way users know if they will see "0 Results" before they push to apply. I would also suggest adding a location for the user that the results are based on. Visually I would consider that it may be easier on people's eyes if you make the black a little less dark. Right now the contrast is high which can give users headaches after using the app for a long time. I like the way you have used the glass effect subtly to show important information without overdoing it. I hope these suggestions help, thanks again for participating!