I revolutionised the look and feel of the HotStock app, allowing users to easily see their favourited products and encouraging more users to take advantage of the HotStock Premium offer.
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As a user of the HotStock app myself, I admired the concept. The ability to get notifications as soon as your favourite gadgets were in stock and be directed to the retailer's online store is a dream come true in a world where the production of many products has been delayed due to the coronavirus pandemic.
However, I did feel as though the app needed a fresh face. Something that was both, appealing to the eye and highlighted the best features of the app for users.
Adding a navigation bar at the bottom, where users could easily access their favourite products.
Increasing the size and weight of the text used to make it more readable and establish a hierarchy.
Filling unnecessary, distracting white space with images or shapes.
This resulted in a user interface that's a lot easier on the eye, and more fluid in its navigation.
In the process of redesigning the app, I made the interface more dynamic and fluid by: