Design is the language that communicates product value to users. Design creates emotions and causes users to become attached to the product. How can you use the powerful tool of design to deliver experiences that will make users fall in love with your financial product?
Design Thinking is at the core of UXDA’s methodology, and our custom solutions help clients evaluate its advantages. It is clear that digital solutions based on empathy and user psychology achieve better results. That's why a customer-centered design...
With ITTI Digital’s permission, we are sharing an exclusive step-by-step case study on designing a next-generation banking back office that will definitely become a game changer in the industry.
Embrace the essence of design and customer-centered thinking in the form of a brilliant quotes collection.
Following the success of our article about banking back-office flaws, UXDA dared our team to create never-before-seen banking back-office financial UX designs that would clear a path to a different approach.
There's no doubt - UX design is the key to success in the digital age. We have created a collection of our latest and most refreshing designs to prove - banking can be beautiful, easy-to-use and yet maintain the full functionality.
The challenge of Light Bank was to design a concept of the simplest and the most beautiful banking design in the world, at the same time keeping the full-scale banking functionality.
There are so many beautiful visualizations of banking interfaces on Dribble and Pinterest. Unfortunately, if you look closer, quite often they are meaningless from the user experience perspective. Many of them are just beautiful animations that ...
Thousands of digital financial services do not achieve their goals. This is partly due to the design or, specifically, to the financial UX design misconceptions.
In this Fintech inspired UX case study you will find how to design mobile banking app for digital-only neobank, described step-by-step.
I wrote this article because of an incident that happened to my friend last week; let's call him Steve. Steve wanted to buy a house by taking a loan at a bank he desired, but, in the end, he used another bank. I thought, it’s just a common thing...