Suvam Prasad
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1. I did primary and secondary research to validate the hypothesis, understand the actual problem statement and the target user. 2. Conceptualized and did brainstorming to come up with the possible solutions to the problem statement. 3. Considering accessibility and consistency I have made the visual designs that start from product scanning to the end of the payment journey.
1. I did primary and secondary research to validate the hypothesis, understand the actual problem statement and the target user. 2. Conceptualized and did brainstorming to come up with the possible solutions to the problem statement. 3. Considering accessibility and consistency I have made the visual designs that start from product scanning to the end of the payment journey.

Feedback (3)
Hi Suvam, My favorite work this week! Great work with colors, cards, typography, alignments, buttons, and images. Some little things, your notification circle is to small and maybe it's work better with Red color. As for the buttons on the bottom of your screen, they to close to safe area, read more about safe area in mobile apps.
Thanks for the feedback. I didn't think about the bottom tab menu in the flow which I have designed but on the homepage, there will be the bottom tab menu to access the cart, scan, and other important CTA. Furthermore, in the design flow, it is not required to add the bottom tab menu because the back icon is included on the screen to navigate back and forth.
Great design! I like the clean minimal color palette- it allows the products to take center stage. I was wondering, did you think about putting a bottom tab menu for quick navigation from cart to scanning or checkout? Was there a reason for or against it?