Neha Gupta
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I started this challenge by getting myself familiar with the US community and how the gas stations work there (via secondary research). I talked to some of my friends and cousins there to clear up further questions (a quick little research if you will). I found out about other means people use to get by this problem right now. And found out gaps to fill in there. Design Choices and why--- 1. Guided Walkthrough - Instead of adding extra steps of onboarding questions (which was my initial idea) I went with a guided walkthrough instead, so that people can also see where they can change those settings later if they wanted to. 2. Mileage - I'm asking them for mileage of their car, so that we can get an idea on how much fuel it would require them to reach a particular gas station, and if it would be worth the trouble for a few cents. 3. Google Map Integration - Because if I'm looking for gas stations near me, I'd also wanna see where it is. It's a method that is convinient and that we're familiar with. (Google Maps is one of the top applications used in America) 4. Tips - Keeping in mind the goal of the user, which is to save money on gas, I've added a tips section. Further on these tips would show as notifications, every once in a while (but not too frequent, very targetted) I guess that's about it. This is my first project ever, so your feedback would mean a lot. If you've read till here, please leave one.
I started this challenge by getting myself familiar with the US community and how the gas stations work there (via secondary research). I talked to some of my friends and cousins there to clear up further questions (a quick little research if you will). I found out about other means people use to get by this problem right now. And found out gaps to fill in there. Design Choices and why--- 1. Guided Walkthrough - Instead of adding extra steps of onboarding questions (which was my initial idea) I went with a guided walkthrough instead, so that people can also see where they can change those settings later if they wanted to. 2. Mileage - I'm asking them for mileage of their car, so that we can get an idea on how much fuel it would require them to reach a particular gas station, and if it would be worth the trouble for a few cents. 3. Google Map Integration - Because if I'm looking for gas stations near me, I'd also wanna see where it is. It's a method that is convinient and that we're familiar with. (Google Maps is one of the top applications used in America) 4. Tips - Keeping in mind the goal of the user, which is to save money on gas, I've added a tips section. Further on these tips would show as notifications, every once in a while (but not too frequent, very targetted) I guess that's about it. This is my first project ever, so your feedback would mean a lot. If you've read till here, please leave one.

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Hey Neha! Love the design and colours used. Im not sure where to add the mileage tho that is something which willl be benefial ufront then under filters. The payment process is also something that you can help them by saving their card maybe.