This week I have worked on a limited resource challenge. This was a really exciting challenge for me. Here I have presented a seven-screen design. Here you can see the signup page with Google and Facebook login functionality. You will see the current global issue and some details for the same. In that screen, at the below portion you can see the list of that item which you need to save for further days. You can also add new resources which not listed over there. Resource wise you can add the details like family members, global issue time period, how much amount of resources you have, and how much you need. You can check the percentage-wise summary for every resource you need. Another screen is for the blog. Users can check category-wise global issues information. Set notification functionality. You will notify while your saved resources are going to finish.
This week I have worked on a limited resource challenge. This was a really exciting challenge for me. Here I have presented a seven-screen design. Here you can see the signup page with Google and Facebook login functionality. You will see the current global issue and some details for the same. In that screen, at the below portion you can see the list of that item which you need to save for further days. You can also add new resources which not listed over there. Resource wise you can add the details like family members, global issue time period, how much amount of resources you have, and how much you need. You can check the percentage-wise summary for every resource you need. Another screen is for the blog. Users can check category-wise global issues information. Set notification functionality. You will notify while your saved resources are going to finish.

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Awesome work with some nice colors but I feel that the font size are little too small to read. I am just curious that what will be present on the home page when there is no such crisis going on? Also, the bottom tab icons look the same or have a similar shape, and it feels hard to differentiate them from other icons when we suddenly look. But awesome work mate!
Hi There, The design and solution that you provide for this challenge is quite interesting and good, I am amazed to see your work, there is only one thing that might be your input, namely the interface display in the icon section of the navigation below, I think it is not clearly visible and almost all of the icons are the same, maybe they can be replaced with icons that are easier to distinguish from one another to be more consistent. it's good enough, Keep Up Your Performance!
Hey there! This is a really interesting solution through which you have solved the problem. I would like to give a few suggestions first then would like to question you on your work. First of all, the color palette which you have used is really fresh. I liked the overall IA and how you have layed out the content through various screen. What you can improve on is increasing the text size. I had a tough time reading the text in the Blog cards and the categories below it. I am not really sure of the contrast of the yellow on the light greys in the 3rd and the last screen. The texts is barely visible. Also I would not recommend using 5 colors in a single screen. Try to keep it 2 or max 3 (the 3rd color being the rarest). Now coming to the questions. Why is there so many buttons in the notification panel? Isn't the notification card a button in itself? I would recommend expanding on the notification and then asking user if he wants to take action on it or not. Your design shows that you can add items to "somewhere". Where is it actually getting added? How can I access it? I am adding a grocery list under a crisis, why wouldn't I use a basic notes app to do so? I can anyway read the news and get informed and get updated daily around the topic. How is this helping me? In my opinion, you have gone too wide with the solution. Try to keep it moderately wide, or narrow; precise and on point. Which should solve the problem efficiently. Try to question yourself always, what am I putting; why am I putting it; is it really necessary; will it contribute to a better experience. I hope I made some sense to you. Good Luck.