Hey!!, This challenge was very interesting, I had fun doing it. I did a lot of research and tried to make jewelry design products customize for users. I hope you all like it. Let me know what do you think and your valuable feedback.
Hey!!, This challenge was very interesting, I had fun doing it. I did a lot of research and tried to make jewelry design products customize for users. I hope you all like it. Let me know what do you think and your valuable feedback.

Feedback (3)
Hey!!, Thanks, @E. Sink appreciates your honest feedback and @ Neha Gupta, I appreciate for taking the time and giving detailed feedback. Next time I will work on it.
Hey Hetvi, I really like the color theme that you chose for this. Although I do agree with E. Sink that the button contrast could be improved. Here are some other points I'd like to add to that: 1. So the problem statement mentioned that the business owner has a monthly subscription model. But I see that your flows don't mention anything about that. Right now, they're focused on customizing the jewelry to buy and the customizations themselves are nothing but different unique pieces in one category. So I would suggest, adding that flow to it as well. Where the user is seeing their monthly subscription, what they're getting, and then customizing that. 2. The font sizes that you've used are a little hard to read, The minimum suggested font for mobile screens is 16 pt for body text and 12pt for footnotes. Consider that next time you design. 3. At the bottom of the Customize your ring screen, I see that you've added product details in 5 columns. Now that could be problematic in two ways. One is that if the length of the text changes, this layout will not work. And secondly, on small screens or screens with a not-so-good resolution, the text won't be legible. So, if you can't keep them all in separate rows (which would be ideal), you can at least group similar information into rows. For example, color, shape, and cut could be in one row and carat and clarity in the second. Hope that helps
very cool! one thing I would suggest is giving the CTAs a bit more contrast I feel like they kind of blend in and get lost in the UI. It's hard for me to tell whats the main action I should take on a screen. The screen with the "Customize your own ring now" button feels a bit busy, it's not clear whats the main action I should take. Can either make the "customize" button stand out more if this is an important feature of this business or even stack the "customize" & "add to cart" buttons to make it clear for users at first glance to either customize or add this item to your cart.