I conducted research on the essential elements that an app aimed at informing users about low-cost gas should have. With the results in hand, I began developing the app, focusing on usability first. I chose colors that would appeal to my core demographic. I made certain that people could sort through the available gas stations using the appropriate tags, such as fuel type (whether regular, mid-range, or premium), as well as sort by distance or price. I also color-coded the fuel types to help customers identify which category they were looking in. Finally, I included a map that allows users to navigate to their preferred gas station while also displaying other data metrics such as estimated arrival time.
I conducted research on the essential elements that an app aimed at informing users about low-cost gas should have. With the results in hand, I began developing the app, focusing on usability first. I chose colors that would appeal to my core demographic. I made certain that people could sort through the available gas stations using the appropriate tags, such as fuel type (whether regular, mid-range, or premium), as well as sort by distance or price. I also color-coded the fuel types to help customers identify which category they were looking in. Finally, I included a map that allows users to navigate to their preferred gas station while also displaying other data metrics such as estimated arrival time.

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Love the colour coding of these prices. The black on red however has low contrast. The color coding based on fuel type may not be something users understand in one go i feel. I personally thought this how you denote the cheapest fuel price. Apart from that loved the simple design. Good job!