We are constantly telling the banks that financial design should be clear, simple and helpful in solving user issues. All of them agree, but they wonder why we have to constantly repeat what appears to be so obvious. Actually, this reaction puzzles me...
Banking product design is defined as a process of planning and drawing interfaces for digital banking products. The main aim of a banking interface design is to provide customers with an easy, fast and clear pathway to conducting banking services remotely via the internet.
The best banking design is based on a deep understanding of customers’ needs, user scenarios, user context and expectations. Banking UI design delivers a delightful experience interacting with the product, affecting user actions, cognitions and emotions in a positive way.
To create a great banking interface design, several different approaches can be used, including Design Thinking, UX Design, User Centered Design and Jobs To Be Done (JBTD).
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