Acacium
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For this weeks design challenge, we came up with the idea of a basic app for a robot vacuum cleaner, which allows the user to control basic settings and view a history of when and what areas were last cleaned.
For this weeks design challenge, we came up with the idea of a basic app for a robot vacuum cleaner, which allows the user to control basic settings and view a history of when and what areas were last cleaned.

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Hey! I think you have done an excellent job in solving this week's challenge. It solves the problem well. However, there is still room for improvement. First let's talk about the solution then UI. I can see that you have clearly mentioned all the areas cleaned, but imagine a scenario where you live in a really big house and have a lot of rooms in it. Now, keeping track of all the rooms might be easy but what about the rooms that are left out? How would the user track that? Yes, I agree its a very rare case, but this problem will definitely be faced when things are automated and when you personally don't keep track of rooms that have been cleaned. Now, let's come to UI- where there's a big scope for improvement. On the first screen, I think battery level and bin level can be given more priority with respect to information hierarchy. Critical information should not be in such small font sizes! On the 2nd screen, if dates are the main item of the accordion menu, it should be the biggest in font, following up with all the rooms that were cleaned. Spacing can also be improved ( group items together which are meant to be together) On the 3rd screen, "clean all" and :just my rooms" are supposed to be titles if I am not wrong, then treat them as titles by keeping its font size the biggest. Again, spacing can be improved. Don't keep spacing equal for all, group things together and keep spacing more amongst groups.