Ali Walker
3 upvotes
I started solving this problem by looking at some gas station apps and seeing what they had for location services as I knew that would be one of the main features. After flowing out the main task of searching for the nearest gas station via location services I then jumped into the other features that a user may want to include. Such as amenities or being able to filter if they have a gas discount or membership cards as well as preferences to select. I used a name generator for the application and then created a brand and style guide for the final results.
I started solving this problem by looking at some gas station apps and seeing what they had for location services as I knew that would be one of the main features. After flowing out the main task of searching for the nearest gas station via location services I then jumped into the other features that a user may want to include. Such as amenities or being able to filter if they have a gas discount or membership cards as well as preferences to select. I used a name generator for the application and then created a brand and style guide for the final results.

Feedback (2)
Thank you for the review Karuna I appreciate the feedback. UI is something that I'm learning more about and appreciate your critique. I was noticing the difference in other deliverables and will focus more on specific screens next time. The repeat screen was to show how it would look with input in the fields.
Hey there Ali! Good effort on the UX. The UI however needs more work. That are some standards for the height of the Navbar on top which can be smaller. Similarly there are a few screens repeated which got me confused. Lastly the button size and design is not consistent which can become real issues for a developer. Since the selectors and the button is of the same color the user's eyes will get distracted on which part to focus.