Hi Shri, I would recommend you to use point of view in elements like CTA, infocard, etc. Although this is not a must, but the corners make the design more friendly and bring lower cognitive load And the padding of the cards can be improved and you can try to position 1 card in a line because the text can be quite large and displaying long text can be bad. that's good enough, Cool!
Hi Shri! I loved your approach for solving this problem.
I liked that users can read through the problem first and then go to the solution screen.
I would recommend you to use rounded corners in the elements such as CTAs, info cards etc. Although it is not a necessity, but rounded corners make the design more welcoming and brings lesser cognitive load. Apparantly, the Fovea of the eye is better at processing rounded corners than sharp corners.
I would also consider improve the card layout in the 3rd screen. The padding of the cards can be improved and you can try to position 1 card in a single row as the text can become big enough and displaying long texts in small cards can become awful.
Everything else is on point. Good luck