This was a fun challenge which addresses issues at top of mind for all of us these days. Designing an experience to help users plan by looking at limited resources at a global level requires an immense amount of research. Although this challenge had a quick turnaround, I still followed a process structure I would for a month’s long challenge. During the empathize & define phases of my research, I looked to a few established entities who help solve for local resource issues, and I reverse engineered a flow to work at a global scale. My findings only scratch the surface and would love to revisit with later iterations and deeper analysis to align with the user base. For the phases of ideation & design, I sketched and prototyped screens for: 1. Launch 2. Sign up / login 3 & 4. Global shortage reports in a map & list toggle view 5 & 6. Regional & local shortage reports 7 & 8. Report details Thanks for looking!
This was a fun challenge which addresses issues at top of mind for all of us these days. Designing an experience to help users plan by looking at limited resources at a global level requires an immense amount of research. Although this challenge had a quick turnaround, I still followed a process structure I would for a month’s long challenge. During the empathize & define phases of my research, I looked to a few established entities who help solve for local resource issues, and I reverse engineered a flow to work at a global scale. My findings only scratch the surface and would love to revisit with later iterations and deeper analysis to align with the user base. For the phases of ideation & design, I sketched and prototyped screens for: 1. Launch 2. Sign up / login 3 & 4. Global shortage reports in a map & list toggle view 5 & 6. Regional & local shortage reports 7 & 8. Report details Thanks for looking!

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@Syihan - Thank you for much for the feedback! I appreciate it!
Hi Jennifer, I'm amazed by your idea to solve the problem in this challenge, it's really interesting! The design that you made is quite different from the others and is interesting, mostly using the "map" maybe the notification section is made even neater or more minimalist to make it more comfortable for users to see, the effort you use in this challenge is very good, Continue!
@Amish Thank you kindly for the helpful feedback per usual! I appreciate you taking the time.
Hi Jennifer, good to see you back. I really liked your approach to solving last week's design challenge. Loved the idea to show the scarce issues on the map according to category. Here are some suggestions I would like to provide. 1) CTA of the last screen contains four words and an icon. I would suggest keeping CTA short and meaningful like "notify updates". 2) Increase the color contrast of the inactive tab's label on the second screen (regional, local, water). 3) On the third screen where the fuel mart is selected, try to make the selected location more distinct than others for example by giving a light background color. Overall, great efforts and excellent solution. All the best.