... I also felt like the options weren't specific enough. In addition, converting the metric numbers and terms in parenthesis for American users would probably be helpful for many people.
Horrible. Even when putting in the best circumstances (i.e local produce, carpooling, solar power, and limited vehicle use) the app still claimed that my eco foot print would take 2.33 earths to handle my life style. So I uninstalled it
Max the questions are not specific enough. U say the typical human. What do you mean..real life examples like do you walk to work or drive.
UI is TERRIBLE. You click on a big blank space and it thinks you've clicked on a small text far from where you've clicked (what's wrong with these colliders?). Some pictures or text are just a different shade of green on a green background (learn basic graphic design, don't stay on a petty high-schooler level). The important question is written so small that for a second you miss it and think that there is no question. One question was "do you do x, or do you do y?" and you needed to choose "yes" or "no" -- so, what does it mean if you press "yes"? Is it for "x", or is it for "y" situation? And when the result came I couldn't see the categories in which I had some points, because it was hidden somewhere outside the screen area. I've downloaded this only because the professor told us to do it in the lecture. Without that, I would have uninstalled instantly.
Need ways to improve your score. It uses the metric system too.
Not an app. A very generic magazine style quiz.