The theme park challenge was challenging for me since I have not visited the theme park before so I have started to gather information related to types of rides, ride specifications, capacity, and a lot more. PROCESS: 1. Understanding the problem and validating my hypothesis. 2. Rapid brainstorming and wireframing, keeping the user at the center of the design process. 3. Exploring color palette, typography, and creating design language. 4. I invited my sister to give her opinion and feedback. 5. Finally, finishing off my design.
The theme park challenge was challenging for me since I have not visited the theme park before so I have started to gather information related to types of rides, ride specifications, capacity, and a lot more. PROCESS: 1. Understanding the problem and validating my hypothesis. 2. Rapid brainstorming and wireframing, keeping the user at the center of the design process. 3. Exploring color palette, typography, and creating design language. 4. I invited my sister to give her opinion and feedback. 5. Finally, finishing off my design.

Feedback (3)
Thank you Ganeshwar and Leo for the insightful feedback. I didn't understand the problem statement correctly so the flow which I have made is not entirely useful. However, in the next design, I will consider the feedback and suggestions got from you guys.
Hi love this is simple and clean design, good colours and gradients few suggestions that might help user experience 1.I think wait time would more helpful rather than number of people because number of seats available on all rides are not same suppose a ride with 4 seats and 15waiting people take more time than a ride with 10 seats and 20 waiting people right. so i think time would be a. better way to judge the availability of the ride. there is nothing wrong with your idea of including number of people waiting, if you could add wait time it user would get a clearer idea 2. You can add one more screen which has details of individual rides, navigation on how to reach to it and some type of pass which can help user skip the queue
Great design Suvam, it's very light and easy to move through. I know it's popular to show a lot of screens but I would consider not showing the same screen twice. I was confused when I first saw the design because I thought the second row was a different flow. I would also consider removing the gradient from the buttons. I think the purple you have used works really well and the dark gradient pulls from it.