We (My friends and I) have created an Android Application to calculate for a snow day based on multiple text (numerical) inputs that the user interacts with. We released the app before the real storm season in order to have the max user impact, and thus we didn't really focus on UX.
Now that we have the time, we are going back to update the app before the winter and have been considering many options. Firstly, we were thinking some sort of "Holo Card" design for our app, similar to what Google uses, however, we found that the libraries that exist are not made for adding textboxes into the cards (I/O 2014 maybe??). After this, we started to look at other applications, but saw that there aren't very many professionally designed apps like this.
Do you guys have any suggestions for how to improve the UX, or how to best handle multiple user text inputs?
SIDE NOTE: We didn't reduce the number of inputs that the app takes in (through automation, weather APIs ect.) due to the specific data we are asking for, many weather APIs do not provide such data, or else we would have greatly reduced the number of inputs.