Gas prices have been a problem on the past months. That's why I loved this challenge. This app would be helpful in so many levels, that's why I did some research on how people deal with apps that allow you to search for better prices in general. Most of them have more than one option of researching, so I decided to include some variations in my solution. Every gas station has a "page" that informs prices for all kinds of gas for the day, and you can also have your favorites listed, so you can simplify later by checking directly specific stations. I guess it would be useful. I've started studying UX a couple of months ago, so I'm not expecting any prize yet, but I'd really love some feedback :)
Gas prices have been a problem on the past months. That's why I loved this challenge. This app would be helpful in so many levels, that's why I did some research on how people deal with apps that allow you to search for better prices in general. Most of them have more than one option of researching, so I decided to include some variations in my solution. Every gas station has a "page" that informs prices for all kinds of gas for the day, and you can also have your favorites listed, so you can simplify later by checking directly specific stations. I guess it would be useful. I've started studying UX a couple of months ago, so I'm not expecting any prize yet, but I'd really love some feedback :)

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Hey great work laryssa, really loved the option of the "quick page" for each gas station as there can be different fuel with different prices. Have a few questions and suggestions, feel free to apply or discard them 1. Do we need a login page to find gas station ? 2. If the user is running low on gas, do they search gas station by brand? or do they just stop on the next available station with cheap gas? 3. The spacing between the elements is quite uneven, fixing that might make the UI bit cleaner.
Hi, Laryssa. Great work than just learning a UX for a couple of months! Here are some improvements to the UI 1. Too many using a stroke 2. No contrast color for CTA (Call to Action) So you can learn more about UI principles, Color Psychology, and Gestalt principles. Keep Work!