I looked at other apps - not just robotic vacuum apps but all sort of smart devices. I have a smart device app myself, and looked at the features I used the most, and the ones my thumb never came close to. This was a super fun challenge and I can see my design skills improve!
I looked at other apps - not just robotic vacuum apps but all sort of smart devices. I have a smart device app myself, and looked at the features I used the most, and the ones my thumb never came close to. This was a super fun challenge and I can see my design skills improve!

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I am happy to know that you found your design skills to be improving. One suggestion I would give you to improve your design skills (what I also did) is that take ss of the app screen which you think is beautifully designed. Trace those designs and then see how quickly your design skills improve. You will learn about spacing, text hierarchy, iconography, colors how various components have been designed etc. And most importantly, an eye for good design. Try to avoid unrealistic dribbble designs to some extent because thats not how design works in the real world. Although, no doubt, you will find some great inspo on that platform to help you make your designs stand out. I don't wanna nitpick your design, it won't make sense to you. Try to pickup these skills at your own pace. Good Luck :)))
Hey Priyal! I see that you are new to the crowwwn community, good to see you here :) You have made a decent attempt in solving this week's challenge. Good Job. I liked that users can see the energy consumed by the robot so that they can be mindful about using it. Try to label the graphs well because sometimes things are not so obvious as it seems to be. Especially when you are designing for diverse user groups. On the 3rd screen, I see a vacuum cleaner image, assuming that the flow starts from there. I see a pill shaped thing near the robot, what is it supposed to mean? That the robot is on or the cleaning is in progress? i am not so sure about it. I see that the robot is already cleaning a room. I would have loved to see the flow to reach there. The 5th screen is supposedly where you have tried to solve the problem. Sure it does solve it to some extent, that I can see which room was cleaned along with the date and time and a map. But think about the root cause of the problem. Why would the user want to see which room was cleaned and when? Does he/she want to make sure that all rooms are being cleaned equally and no room is being left? Does he/she want to keep track of how many times a particular room was cleaned in a specific time period? Could be anything right? The problem statements are going to be very vague, you have to think deeper through the problem and have to come with a really holistic solution to the problem. ---The next comment is going to be on the UI---
Hey guys, I realized this isn't as pixel perfect as I would have liked it to be...does anybody know how to resolve this?