Hello, First of all, the problem statement is about enjoying as many as possible rides without wasting time standing in a queue. PROBLEMS - * Heavy traffic in special rides * Hard to manage crowd * Hard to handle kids and adults by different rides SOLUTION - * Mobile app for theme park * Easy to navigate user * Separation of rides * Easy map navigation * Live staus of traffic * If traffic is normal then it will show you the green signal * Also notify the predicated time for traffic reduction * User can choose ride which rides have a low traffic * Easily navigate to other features like Food, Emergency, Shopping stores, Video games, etc. Based on my observation I made this minimal design for a theme park. Which contain 3 screens. The first screen is the splash screen. The second screen is the main hone page, and the last one is for lists of all rides. I hope you like my design and thought process. Willing to get your feedback on this. Thank You. Meet Rupareliya
Hello, First of all, the problem statement is about enjoying as many as possible rides without wasting time standing in a queue. PROBLEMS - * Heavy traffic in special rides * Hard to manage crowd * Hard to handle kids and adults by different rides SOLUTION - * Mobile app for theme park * Easy to navigate user * Separation of rides * Easy map navigation * Live staus of traffic * If traffic is normal then it will show you the green signal * Also notify the predicated time for traffic reduction * User can choose ride which rides have a low traffic * Easily navigate to other features like Food, Emergency, Shopping stores, Video games, etc. Based on my observation I made this minimal design for a theme park. Which contain 3 screens. The first screen is the splash screen. The second screen is the main hone page, and the last one is for lists of all rides. I hope you like my design and thought process. Willing to get your feedback on this. Thank You. Meet Rupareliya

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Lol... The best feedback stuff worked! Never saw so many people giving feedback at this place
Hello Gnaneshwar, Thank you for the feedback.
HI, kudos for the colour selection, i like the second screen which makes whole theme park accessible These are few things which can help the user experience on the whole: 1. There could have been screen with all the rides inside cards arranged in grid format as you did for park attractions with each card having the ride name, waiting time and cta of directions. by doing this you can enable the user to get a glance of multiple rides at once . 2. the slider design you used pretty good , the thought of using traffic lights is brilliant you can increase the font size a bit for description and the points other than these you have come up with a good solution for the problem
hello amy, yes i agree with you, but i just forgot to write down approximately time after Heavy, so please consider that there is a time mentioned over there...
+ Nice Designs I love the graphics and grouping card of adult and kids - The challenge is to show wait time more efficiently - but in the design its very tiny and hardly readable also there is no specific time. it just says Heavy!
Hello Manasi, take a frame and drag this screen frame into that frame and that's it. set background color and pattern also resize the screens by pressing 'K' and adjusting the size of the screens.
Hey this is awesome work. So much to learn. I am new to this platform so can you tell me how to clip my screens on such backgrounds? I use figma.
Hello Yana, yes I totally agree with your point, and I was thinking about putting a time next to traffic signal names, to show the time in min also.
Hello Meet! As I said your solution is great and the UI design is awesome and minimalistic. I totally got your idea. What I meant in my previous feedback is that the user might need, for instance, a key or a short explanation about heavy or moderate traffic. I understand that world heavy means a long waiting time but how long? What if I am first time visiting this park. Probably, I would have no idea whether heavy means 30 min or 90 min for this specific park. This information might be impactful for users. In other words, I think, users want to be informed and understand your ranking. A good example might be a medium website. If you open any article there, you will see reading time to this article (e.g. 15 min.) It means that you will know instantly whether you want to read it now or not. But what if you would show this estimated reading time in words (short, long, very long, etc.) It's not that precise. Many users are very time-pressed in both cases. Users want to set the right expectations. At the end of the day, it's just my point of view. I can't speak for all users.
Hello Jennifer, i agree with your point, but here I wanted to design something attractive to user, something fast and trendy that's why i made red tabbar, as per your suggestion white and grey combination is also great to implement. Thank you.
Hi Meet, well done on these screens! I like the vibrant colors you chose, as well as the simple iconography. I think the only thing that gives me pause, is the tab bar in the second screen looking like a CTA/button vs a menu. I'd probably keep that without a color fill, and the options with the current option highlighted in your red, and unselected in a lighted grey. Overall though, nicely done!
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Hello @Yana Matkovska, so the main reason to put such a name like heavy traffic, is because each ride consist different play minutes or time to complete the entire one ride, it's totally based on theme park to how they are manage this names with time as per the rides. Let's take one example, if there is one roller coaster which takes 10 min to complete the ride and if the people who is standing in a line approximately 50, and at a time roller coaster takes 10 people than the traffic is heavy, and waiting period is about 50 min, that's how they can calculate the approximate time and traffic signals. and if all rides have heavy traffic then user can select the ride which takes less time to clear the traffic, and app's algorithm always shows that ride first in a list. That's my solution and view for this app.
Hi! Your Design is aesthetically pleasing. Also, great idea to predict traffic. What does heavy traffic mean? Is it 30 min or 60 min or 100 min? What if all rides have heavy traffic? Which heavy is less heavy?
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