For this challenge I created a very minimal application for toy sellers. The home page shows their earnings and current listings along with ratings. To create another listing the user has to press the plus button. Then they will be able to upload their 3d file, give full info about their toy, select how many units they want to manufacture, manufacturing costs and set a selling price. Let me know what you guys think of this solution!
For this challenge I created a very minimal application for toy sellers. The home page shows their earnings and current listings along with ratings. To create another listing the user has to press the plus button. Then they will be able to upload their 3d file, give full info about their toy, select how many units they want to manufacture, manufacturing costs and set a selling price. Let me know what you guys think of this solution!

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Hey Sailey, Thanks for such a detailed feedback. that's a pretty good point you made on the final cost part. I definitely could've done a bit more exploration to fix the hierarchy. I also agree on the selling price part, I was actually a bit confused there on what would be the viable option but looking at it now, a different flow for the selling portion would've been a better approach. And Gucci of designs does sound pretty cool!
Hey Indranil! I think you have done an excellent job in this week's challenge. Your work looks super clean and fresh. I like the type of colors which you have used in the screens. Talking about the experience, I like that I can see how many steps I will have to go through until I am finished completing the task, this will help in reducing user drop offs. I like that you have emphasised on the final cost of the printing by making it stand out from all the details. But If it were me, I would have not broken the visual hierarchy but also tried to highlight the pricing by changing the color of the numbers or adding a translucent bar below it or something like that. I also didn't follow you on the part where you have to enter the selling price for which you would be selling. I mean, I understand that the challenge requires you to get your model printed and also get it listed for selling, but shouldn't it be 2 different flows. so you can add in more details for listing the product which would also break the work user has to do into 2 parts so it gets less annoying. Everything else, looks good, easy to interpret. Also, I would rate this as the "Gucci of Design" :).
Wow! I didn't know about this many types of 3d printers. Thanks for letting me know!
My thoughts and your thoughts are similar to one another(even color palettes) I am new to ui field. so my submission look unpolished but your ui is best but my ux is good since i was able to think like so many ui/ux people on this platform Am happy i found this platform which give me confidence to go further in this ui/ux field My suggestion for improving the design: if you added a page to select which type of 3d printing the seller wants since there are options Stereolithography (SLA) Selective Laser Sintering (SLS) Fused Deposition Modeling (FDM) Digital Light Process (DLP) Multi Jet Fusion (MJF) PolyJet. Direct Metal Laser Sintering (DMLS) Electron Beam Melting (EBM) Since using the right printer according to budget and quality of toy will increase it will help him get more sells