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Is it possible to improve the customer experience of a financial app in just a few days? We continue our four-article series to guide you through 20 examples that demonstrate how you can skyrocket the customer experience of your financial product using the power of financial UX design.
Most people can remember a situation in their lives when they experienced a huge amount of stress when dealing with money. A user-centered financial UX should help cope with such struggles and even save lives in order to avoid tragedies like the suicide of Alexander Kearns.
You can instantly increase the overall user satisfaction by easing their most common struggles. In our four-article series, we guide you through 20 examples that demonstrate how you can detect improvement points using the power of financial UX design, and achieve great results with little effort.
The Founder CEO of UXDA and the creator of the unique Financial UX Design methodology Alex Kreger has been accepted into the Forbes Business Council. It's a globally famous invitation-only organization for successful business owners and leaders worldwide.
You can instantly increase the overall user satisfaction by easing their most common struggles. In fact, by reading this article, you can detect improvement points using the power of the financial UX design, thus achieving great results with little effort.
It's no secret - user experience is what differentiates demanded digital financial products from failures. The question is - how to keep up, creating a customer experience that WOWs?
Never before, it has been so critical to focus on the customers because they are the ones who determine whether the financial service will exist after the COVID-19 crisis.
It took one year for the Bank of Jordan’s mobile banking app to go from a 2.8 to 4.7 star rating on Google Play. How? By teaming up with UXDA to create a comprehensive UX transformation.
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.