I had a lot of fun solving this week's challenge. I feel fitness is personal to some level, so logging in some important information about yourself is quite essential. What makes it different from other fitness apps? You can add what equipments you have at home, so daily workouts can be given to the user, also catered to their fitness levels. Working out alone is quite boring and you will lose motivation one way or the other. So, in this app we can workout with our friends so if 1 friend loses motivation, you have your buddy to push you. I hope you like the solution.
I had a lot of fun solving this week's challenge. I feel fitness is personal to some level, so logging in some important information about yourself is quite essential. What makes it different from other fitness apps? You can add what equipments you have at home, so daily workouts can be given to the user, also catered to their fitness levels. Working out alone is quite boring and you will lose motivation one way or the other. So, in this app we can workout with our friends so if 1 friend loses motivation, you have your buddy to push you. I hope you like the solution.

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Hey @Craig. Nice observations! Yes the next button doesn't have the arrow, that was purely not intentional and was by mistake! I feel the onboarding experience and the experience inside the app can have some slight differences. The goals of both the flows are quite different. The back button on the onboarding screen is at the bottom is because all the content is there at the bottom half of the screen and the user would only be navigating in that area of the screen. So if I kept the back button at the top left, the user might have to use the other hand only for a single action, which might lead to bad UX. After getting inside the app, the content gets heavy so you cannot have two floating buttons at the bottom. I hope I made sense. Correct me if I am wrong. Thanks for the feedback. Appreciate it.
Thank you @mehak
I really like your onboarding screens as they are simple yet allow for lots of customization, and overall there is good color contrast. The only thing I notice is with your navigation your Next button on the Warm Up page doesn't have the arrow like the others, and having it floating on top of the content doesn't quite match the consistency, this is the same with the back button not being capitalized. I like that you used reward and friend features for that extra motivation.
Great design!