Financial UX methodology, created by Alex Kreger and used in the financial UX design agency UXDA, is a user-centered approach for designing digital financial services. Financial UX methodology includes a set of frameworks to ensure not only the creation of a demanded financial product, but one that will help in the digital banking transformation:
As opposed to traditional customer experience design methodology, financial UX methodology is adapted for complex financial services, taking into account financial industry specifics. It was developed over 15 years and proven through collaboration with 70+ financial institutions in 32 countries.
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Why some digital financial products are demanded and loved by the customers while others bankrupt? In the series of "Financial UX Explained" we look at the Financial UX Methodology.
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