Personally as a user I feel the current explorer is a bit outdated when it comes to user experience. For example the whole content is arranged in a traditional table like manner, which is usually not a good experience.
And the pagination also feels a bit unnecessary. There are way too many token images in the table which makes it very hard to understand what exactly is going on, one has to actually research a bit to understand it.
So I have tried to simplify the UI/UX as much as possible given the available time with a modern design.
I have arranged the transaction data in a arrow flow manner which makes it very less intimidating and easy to understand. 5. There are two new features added in the explorer to check the fee for various tokens and verifying the status of a particular transaction.
Challenges I ran into
Trying to figure out how to fetch all the token data and save it in one place for later use took a bit of time.
Understanding the various field coming in the apis and how they should be rendered in the UI.
Trying to come up with a simple and not so intimidating design for the transaction table.
CSS issues with the charts trying to get the correct dimension.