Hi there, I have started this challenge by ideating the different features required to accomplish the challenge. Then I started wireframing the design. 1) The high fidelity home screen contains the main component - the current production rate with respect to the time of the day. It also contains the key values of the app like total production, consumption, and savings. At last consumption breakdown shows how solar energy is consumed in different areas of the home. 2 ) The second screen contains the stats of a specific area of the home. At top, it shows the active devices and their consumption rate, Next, it shows all devices with detailed stats like production rate, total consumption, and average daily consumption. 3) The third screen shows how the user will get notified with daily stats, notify the user when energy consumption gets higher than production, and the saving they made with the solar panels. 4) The fourth screen contains the widgets for mobile devices. It will help users to keep eye on stats without opening the application by keeping these widgets on the home screen. That is all about this week's challenge. I would love to get feedback from all of you. let me know what you like and what needs improvement. Thank you.
Hi there, I have started this challenge by ideating the different features required to accomplish the challenge. Then I started wireframing the design. 1) The high fidelity home screen contains the main component - the current production rate with respect to the time of the day. It also contains the key values of the app like total production, consumption, and savings. At last consumption breakdown shows how solar energy is consumed in different areas of the home. 2 ) The second screen contains the stats of a specific area of the home. At top, it shows the active devices and their consumption rate, Next, it shows all devices with detailed stats like production rate, total consumption, and average daily consumption. 3) The third screen shows how the user will get notified with daily stats, notify the user when energy consumption gets higher than production, and the saving they made with the solar panels. 4) The fourth screen contains the widgets for mobile devices. It will help users to keep eye on stats without opening the application by keeping these widgets on the home screen. That is all about this week's challenge. I would love to get feedback from all of you. let me know what you like and what needs improvement. Thank you.

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Hi @Gnaneshwar, that is a great suggestion. Thanks a lot for looking into my design and the feedback.
Hi the design looks very simple and pleasing to the eye. the way you have split the the power consumptions into rooms and devices is very well done. The idea of notifications is great one small suggestion is you can add back button in your second screen for better user navigation and could have added weekly along with daily, monthly ,yearly to provide use with more data and options to plan his power savings other than that the design looks very complete you have added all the elements to enable user to track power consumption and save more power great, job well done keep up the good work
Hi @Jennifer, thank you for the feedback.
Hello Amish, Very intuitive and clean layout of elements across all steps in your screens. I love the sunrise/sunset as a status marker for the day. The colors chosen for the UI are legible and accessible friendly which I can appreciate. Allowing the user to see the dollar amount for savings is also a great feature. Well done and keep up the great work!
@Tanya, thank you for the feedback.
Clear description, keep it up