suraj
11 upvotes
here I put the user's experience on top so I went ahead with the help of the backend 1. when the user signup we ask some questions to the users which will help our backend to predict when the vehicle will be low on fuel (<30%) 2. app starts searching for the nearest and cheapest gas stations around the user's location when found the perfect option we send a notification to the user that you are low on fuel and there is a cheap gas station near you kindly refill 3 when the user takes action and opens the app we show the whole map and near gas stations with the price tag on the top ( of which type of fuel their vehicle use that we already asked in the questions phase when the user signup) 4 then users have 2 options whether they want to go to the one nearest and cheapest gas station chosen by the ai or user want to choose manually 5 If chosen by our ai & ml they directly get the directions of the gas station if chosen manually user goes to the second page where they can see photos feedback prices charts etc. and then go to the direction page and can go and refill easily thanks I hope you liked it feel free to criticize the design
here I put the user's experience on top so I went ahead with the help of the backend 1. when the user signup we ask some questions to the users which will help our backend to predict when the vehicle will be low on fuel (<30%) 2. app starts searching for the nearest and cheapest gas stations around the user's location when found the perfect option we send a notification to the user that you are low on fuel and there is a cheap gas station near you kindly refill 3 when the user takes action and opens the app we show the whole map and near gas stations with the price tag on the top ( of which type of fuel their vehicle use that we already asked in the questions phase when the user signup) 4 then users have 2 options whether they want to go to the one nearest and cheapest gas station chosen by the ai or user want to choose manually 5 If chosen by our ai & ml they directly get the directions of the gas station if chosen manually user goes to the second page where they can see photos feedback prices charts etc. and then go to the direction page and can go and refill easily thanks I hope you liked it feel free to criticize the design

Feedback (6)
@Deepak Singh I think you are right thanks for the feedback
Hey suraj, the though process behind this design is incredible. every step is planned and solves the user's problem. The suggestions in this thread make absolute sense to me. Just your explanation to "How do you drive" question is a bit confusing to me. See if we have AI and ML support, why not use it to calculate the user's driving pattern when the app is open. I say this because many time people have a fake sense of self realization, we cannot use that data as it has biases, but we can leverage the data provided by our AI to predict the mileage.
Very straight forward design. I agree with @suraj explanation
Decent UI but great UX It solves the problem statement as @Sachin vaish said 1 should include skip button overall good design
@Sachin vaish 1. Actually email login and google login are quite different I think you are considering the both the same also what if users signup only by phone and want to log in with a google account afterward they can do that easily 2. Yes there should be a skip option that I have missed 3. "how do you drive" is actually for backend purposes because driving behaviors do affect the mileage of the vehicle like the same car same condition but driving in city conditions and highway conditions you'll get different results that is why that question is to predict the mileage and let the users know when they are on fuel. I hope this explains my idea for the app thanks for your feedback
Nice UI, I have some ammendments : 1. If the user signup with email, then there's no reason to put Google API on the login screen. 2. There should be skip option on the onboarding & signup/login screens considering the urgency of user. 3. "How do you drive" is solving no purpose here. if yes, please describe