Anand K
18 upvotes
This was quite an interesting challenge to solve for. I first tried to figure out when would the user possibly use this app. While looking for an app which has an AR feature to see an example of fireworks and how they look when they are lit. It definitely helps me to purchase the right fireworks for my event. I have designed a flow and tried to show 5 steps of the user journey.
This was quite an interesting challenge to solve for. I first tried to figure out when would the user possibly use this app. While looking for an app which has an AR feature to see an example of fireworks and how they look when they are lit. It definitely helps me to purchase the right fireworks for my event. I have designed a flow and tried to show 5 steps of the user journey.

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I love the festive theme!! It's making me miss Diwali already. The user flow is on the point, and the user experience is as easy as it can get! The UI is clean and there are no distracting elements. I, also, love the little pop-up explainers for how the app works. Great job!! ๐Ÿ™Œ๐Ÿ™Œ
@sachin vaish I think anyone can not cover whole variety of firecrackers...as you said if new firecracker is introduced than how to see the AR effect... really it's quite complex to add and modify app/website for each and every new product. I believe this app/website is only good if any company is using it for only their products specific, because there are limited products to be demonstrated.
@anand k UI and UX both are impressive.
Hey @Sachin no they both are my colleagues, they both are product designer in Coindcx. I never forced someone to give me feedback bro๐Ÿ˜‚
Bhai @anand ๐Ÿ˜‚ ye yash or kash b tumhare hi accounts hain kya
Hey, @Anand K Great work dude, I think fireworks are something which user wants to purchase offline as compared to online and this method is a great solution for both the user (the shopkeeper as well as the buyer). Look wise it's a pretty handsome UI. Keep it up for your future.
Both UX/UI is looking, awesome especially the colour code, great work dude.
Hey, @Sachin vaish thanks to mention this point, as you see this is just a representation of how users can experience an AR view of fireworks that they want to buy. What you mention is on different screens where two separate options for both the User as well as the shopkeeper, where the shopkeeper has the option to add newly launched items.
Just a confusion, As this looks like for offline shopping, what if the any local manufacturer launched a new product, how your app would identify which type of firework it is ?
Clean and clear idea, great user interaction without any hassle โค
Awsome.. Just loved it โœจ๐Ÿ‘Œ๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‘