Core UX
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After analysing the challenge requirements, I made some iterations and came up with an interface that is clean, easy to understand and convincing. Using the colour Blue as primary as to indicate calmness, reassurance and reliability, I paired it up with a darker shade almost black, to make the design more appealing. The dropdown sections require crucial information from the user so they can have personalised insurance coverage plans making it easier to browse just the right plans.
After analysing the challenge requirements, I made some iterations and came up with an interface that is clean, easy to understand and convincing. Using the colour Blue as primary as to indicate calmness, reassurance and reliability, I paired it up with a darker shade almost black, to make the design more appealing. The dropdown sections require crucial information from the user so they can have personalised insurance coverage plans making it easier to browse just the right plans.

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Hi, The design looks good. It is neat and has good UI. It would have been good if you designed few prior screens to which shows how you came to this screen. The flow seems incomplete as per the challenge's requirement. In the details selection there is compare for option where you choose family members then which is there separate selection for dependants and kids. It should not be a editable field otherwise the data might not match. There should also be some profile information at the top or any other way to reach to profile section. I do not see any icon like other/ hamburger menu/ setting to reach there.
Hi, - A suggestion after comparison saying which plan is best can guide user efficiently. - It would have been better if you showed policies from different vendors.
Hi, Let me tell you that the challenge was to compare multiple policies ( obviously of different vendors ) but this looks like 3 plans of an insurance company Starter , Premium and Ultimate allow people to choose from a variety of policies from different vendors and give them an option to compare those policies on the bases of user's interest and requirements. UI is neat and clean btw.
Hi, great design and colour scheme! Very neat and clean. Although, I believe the comparison was meant to be shown with two different plans? But this is still a comparison and it looks great if that's what you were going for! The subtext in the plan card should've been centre aligned rather than left. Also, I don't see a policy name or anything that indicates that there's more than one policy available, unless you designed it to be that way, in that case, cool design.