As Old_Grey said you have pins in breadboard unassigned although I don’t think it is intentional. Although they say there are tech documents on github neither I nor google can find them. If you have a pointer to the pin out for this board I can give you more than this general advise. Your Fritzing part has 60 pins defined, but the board only appears to have 54 pins. The problem in breadboard is that pin 53 to pin58 are unassigned (probably because they aren’t used) but are assigned in schematic. That is the cause of the red square. Your pin numbers are arranged oddly as well. Pin 0 is 4 pins from the right on the bottom connector, I would expect it to be at the top left or top right and go in sequence. It is possible this is how they have done their board (without a pin drawing I can’t say).
In breadboard pin1 and 59 are the same pin (which is likely wrong). For schematic you don’t want or need 60 pins, only 54 (0 through 53) unless there are connectors I’m not aware of.While I could fix this up to at least work, I think it will be easier to wait to get a link to the data sheet or pin out diagram for the board and make corrections from there. For schematic I’d arrange it to look similar to the board in breadboard:
1 ---------------- 54
16 --------------- 37
17 ... 36
which I can arrange to do for you if you like (and supply a pin diagram).
For PCB we usually do an outline of the board on silkscreen (so someone using it knows how much space it will take on the board) and put the pins in the correct place to match the connections (in this case you may want to do SMD pads as I think this is intended to mount to a board SMD). We can show you or assist you in doing those things if we have mechanical drawings for the board. You are mostly there no just some connector problems. Nice job on breadboard view!