I see that you guys have included efficiency in watt hours per km, and compared it to the best community efficiency. I have two points to note:
The bar graph should be inverted, with a subtitle that says “lower is better”. It is more intuitive to have it be represented correctly, as opposed to inverted.
I would also like a comparison with community average efficiency, instead of just community best efficiency.
In terms of aesthetics, I would like a little more green accents throughout the report.
Also, the font seems a bit weird in terms of the spacing between alphabets. Especially in paragraphs, it looks unevenly spaced.
In the second page of the report, the bar graphs are not consistent in design compared to the first page.
The charging units bar graph and charging patterns bar graph do not have rounded edges for the bars, like in the first page. Since curved edge shaped bars are being used in the first page, and they look nice, they should be made the same way in all the graphs.
I’ve noted that you guys provide information on our most efficient trip, including date and time, along with efficiency. I would like to see the information for the least efficient trip as well.
I would also like to see information on the longest single trip by the user.
On a side note, I have a fundamental problem with these types of reports, that might require some changes.
I’ve mentioned two issues in the past, and I’ll state them again, for your consideration.
I would like you guys to make incognito mode on the vehicle behave differently from how it currently behaves. I believe that the only thing that incognito mode should do is not have the trip show up on the app in any way. In other words, the information while in incognito mode can still be used anonymously, just not connected to the user. This also means, and this is important to me personally, that navigation within the vehicle is still enabled while in incognito mode. I don’t want to lose the ability to use navigation and Google Maps just because I’m in incognito mode. I would urge you guys to consider this. In terms of programming, providing navigation in incognito should be as simple as flipping a switch. Just don’t make the trip show up in the app.
I share my vehicle with another person, and this person also uses the app, with shared credentials. It might be worthwhile to consider setting up profiles for each rider on a vehicle, and letting the user switch profiles on vehicle / in app, so that information tracked gets attached to a particular profile. I understand this is a lot harder to implement than request 1, so I don’t expect you guys to commit to this.