UXDA's UX audit helped to enhance the user experience without designing a new mobile app from scratch, saving the company resources. This article uncovers our UX/UI audit approach to evaluating the digital product and strategic intervention for maximum impact with minimal effort.
Can your financial company get more from design than just a standard interface for digital services? Absolutely! But there is one thing without which it is impossible to get the most out of your design initiatives.
As the usage of physical cash diminishes and digital consumption skyrockets, traditional banks are undergoing a seismic shift to adapt to changing customer preferences. Digital transformation is reshaping industries and consumer behaviors, and the banking sector stands at a crossroads, poised to redefine our financial experiences in unprecedented ways.
Customer-centric UX audit bridges the data and human experience, transforming raw information into actionable insights. This approach is not about embarking on grand, resource-intensive research projects but about switching angles to detect the most impactful areas for improvement.
A study by InVision surveyed 2,200 companies worldwide, revealing that design maturity significantly impacts key business success indicators. Mature companies with a strong design focus enjoy a five times higher impact on revenue, cost savings, and time to market compared to less mature ones.
Building a digital service is a must, but it is not enough to provide financial services to digital customers. It has to match the customers' expectations to strengthen the brand for the future. To ensure this, financial companies must perceive the digital service as a product, not a channel.
What is the main difference between next-gen financial products and legacy services, and what do financial institutions need to create next-gent digital offerings?
A weak launch strategy results in a range of negative outcomes, including low adoption rates, poor customer experiences, high resistance and even reputational damage. In this article, we'll explore key reasons why a digital product launch could fail and offer tips on how to avoid these pitfalls.
This formula could be applied to gain business breakthroughs and improve customer engagement in banking by adding just 4 key aspects to your business.
Why are 78% of companies failing to achieve their digitalization goals? The digital transformation in banking must consider one key thing to succeed.