For this week's challenge, I decided to create "Imagr," an app that allows users to store their media files in the cloud. To address the listed challenges, I designed the app to automatically scan through any album the user desired to clean up duplicated photos or delete low-quality images, as demonstrated in the prototype presented. Go to https://drive.google.com/file/d/1KNR4oBDW91ZoWZeKi6qbLSmHs Kakt0A/view?usp=sharing for a high-quality presentation of the gif.
For this week's challenge, I decided to create "Imagr," an app that allows users to store their media files in the cloud. To address the listed challenges, I designed the app to automatically scan through any album the user desired to clean up duplicated photos or delete low-quality images, as demonstrated in the prototype presented. Go to https://drive.google.com/file/d/1KNR4oBDW91ZoWZeKi6qbLSmHs Kakt0A/view?usp=sharing for a high-quality presentation of the gif.

Feedback (2)
Hey Eric, - A user might be using multiple cloud storage services(say google photos or apple photos etc.) to store photos, how will this application get access to the photos located on them? Did you think about it? - Great presentation of user flow. However, I am concerned if the Scan option is discoverable enough. - The major goal of this challenge is to cleanup space by identifying duplicate & blurry images. I understand a user having an app just to clear images is less likely - but seems to me like you could have somehow made the "clean up storage" aspect of the problem just a bit more discoverable
Hey Eric, I loved the UI of design. It looks pretty neat. But I feel a lot of things can be done to improve the UX flow. - Instead of going into each folder separately to identify duplicate images, it could have one come options where it can bring all duplicate image together to scan and delete them. -Instead of going to more options icon and then selecting the "select image" user can easily select image with long press. - Zoom in and out can be done easily with finger gestures. Filter can be shown in the screen upfront instead of going to more details options and increasing the steps for the users to interact. - After duplicate image scanning is done you should show which are the images that you are deleting, there might be some image that you still might want to keep. - As per brief the app needs to identify duplicate and bad quality image and not just duplicate images. You could have included that as well.