Hey! I began my design process by going over the use case scenarios! How the user constructs their shopping cart! How users buy products during the offseason when costs are exceedingly high, there is a sudden scarcity of the goods due to whatever cause (war, supply chain issue, and many more). I discovered that users primarily obtain this knowledge from the news and act on it. After doing desk research, I identified and prioritised the user problems they confront. Identify the user's touch point and map the journey of the experience while empathising with their feelings. After Collaborating on all this information, I sketched up the IA and user flow and then designed the User Interface after generating a low-fi wireframe and testing the prototype. Really enjoyed while solving this problem! looking forward towards the feedback!
Hey! I began my design process by going over the use case scenarios! How the user constructs their shopping cart! How users buy products during the offseason when costs are exceedingly high, there is a sudden scarcity of the goods due to whatever cause (war, supply chain issue, and many more). I discovered that users primarily obtain this knowledge from the news and act on it. After doing desk research, I identified and prioritised the user problems they confront. Identify the user's touch point and map the journey of the experience while empathising with their feelings. After Collaborating on all this information, I sketched up the IA and user flow and then designed the User Interface after generating a low-fi wireframe and testing the prototype. Really enjoyed while solving this problem! looking forward towards the feedback!

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Hi Harshit, very nice explanation of your design. I think this could actual function really well as a Chrome plugin - where it takes the readers location into account, and scan articles they are reading to point them in the direction of resources. Thank you for sharing!
Hello, Syihan. Thank you for your comment. Yes, UX copywriting is something that evolves with the product and becomes more relevant to your user tone. Really appreciated you focusing on each element and giving feedback on ux copy too.❤️
Hello, Joshua. Thank you so much for your kind observations. While solving the challenge, I put the customer at the forefront of my mind and tried to create a UX journey based on their habitual purchasing patterns and the product they consume (information relevant to them). Consider the following example: Tissue paper scarcity is a hot topic for the US, but not for Indian users. Avocado is a popular breakfast item in the United States, yet it is an uncommon fruit in India. Let me break my example more from generic to specific user base. It is critical to provide what they have right now and what is in danger of scarcity due to crises to make it more relevant to the individual user utilizing the application and what they require for daily consumption. Yes, it is tough to manage the quantity of each product; however, if we order using this application, the stock of each ordered product in inventory and the new one collected will be automatically updated. Regards, Harshit.
Hi harsit, the research and solutions you offer on this challenge I think are very good. Placing users from all sides is something that designers rarely do but you put it into practice. In terms of the interface, it's quite good, maybe the title font on the "News Center" page is a little annoying and I think it can be changed to make it easier for users to read.
Hi Harshit, Nice job. I have a few questions and comments. What is the location of items your are presenting to be" Your" stock or in demand. Where in the world are they? Also, what does Your Stock mean? Is that items I have in my home? If so, manually updating my inventory feels cumbersome, and I would question how I would do it. Thanks.