Product Design – How can design patterns boost the Financial Inclusion?

How can design patterns boost the Financial Inclusion?

The onboarding process it will be the key feature to boost the Financial inclusion

With almost the 40% of the adults without any bank account, the onboarding process will be the key factor for the next generation of fintech products to boost the financial inclusion.

The design patterns we will apply to provide this user experience definitely will be the silver bullet for the success of the product itself.

Source: https://globalfindex.worldbank.org/chapters/account-ownership

Design Events – World Information Architecture Day 2016 (WIAD) – Zurich

World Information Architecture Day Zurich 2016, My Takeovers.

WIAD2016

WIAD2016

What happened at the World Information Architecture Day 2016 (WIAD16) in Zurich, what I learned, what I discovered and all my takeovers.
Attending an Information Architecture (IA) event is always something interesting and useful.

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Design Patterns – Zero results page, a fresh restart for a great User eXperience

How can we help users to restart their journey from the Zero results page (aka ZRP)? Like in “real life”, it’s not so easy to find what we’re looking for. When we get lost and/or perform wrong actions, it’s common to have the “dead spot” syndrome.

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UX-Zero-Results-Page

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Product Design – My first week with an Apple Watch

I’m an Apple enthusiast, the Apple watch was one of the most important releases I was waiting for. After the first week with it, I feel confident enough to drop some lines about my experience as a user.

User eXperience with an Apple Watch

User eXperience with an Apple Watch

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Design Patterns – Seamless user experience in web forms, is it possible?

We often ask our customers/users to add some content in our system. We often ask our users to complete some requests through a complex process. To be sure that our users will not get lost or panic, we should provide simple and clever web forms. In view of providing a seamless user experience, the wizard process is sometimes a brilliant solution.

UX Patterns - Web Forms
UX Patterns – Web Forms

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