Charmi Shah
24 upvotes
Hello, I have solved UX challenge in a minimal and easy to use way. User can convert currency at just few clicks. Do vote for my design if you like it!
Hello, I have solved UX challenge in a minimal and easy to use way. User can convert currency at just few clicks. Do vote for my design if you like it!

Feedback (3)
Hey Charmi, About the UI, - You have kept great consistency of icons in all the screens. - Though I think the app tray at the bottom should have labels, it would make the app more intuitive and easier to navigate. - In the calculator, instead of 'Done', there should have been '=' sign as it is the normal convention. And without the '=' sign, user would always look for it. About the UX, - Love the 'last updated' line on top as it tells the user, the currency conversion is updated. - Having a calculator is really intuitive and thoughtful for the user. - Don't know what the user would do about the price fluctuations, rather a better feature would be showing purchasing power parity in different countries. - Don't know what the primary button is used for. - Love the swipe left on currency to easily delete it.
Hey Shalom, Thank you for such a nice feedback!😀 About fluctuation, yes it might not be important or someone who is travelling but person who is yet to travel can keep a check so that he can decide budget accordingly. Also, why to restrict at people travelling when everyone who needs this information can use it!
Hey Charmi, Regarding the UI, - I love how clean your design looks. Your choice of colour and typeface is quite apt. - However, it's quite confusing to know what screen the user is on, with the primary button being large and taking what I believe to be the primary colour across all screens. I see the dot and change of colour on the icon but the hierarchy still seems a bit faulty to me, I think that making the primary button filled only when the user is on that screen might fix this issue. Regarding the UX, - I love how the user could add more currencies and compare between them. - I also love how there's a calculator feature for the user to add up values rather than doing the math in his/her head or calculator and then converting in the app. - However, I'm not sure someone who just wants to convert currency needs to be aware of the currency's fluctuation in the market. - Also, the issue I raised earlier about the primary button might affect the UX Aside from all of these, this is a REALLY BEAUTIFUL DESIGN and I hope you win. Best of luck! 👍🏾