The definition of UI design is a process of creating a user interface (UI) for digital services by combining a set of different visual elements used to interact with this service to perform user tasks. User interface design in banking is about creating a visual appearance of digital banking products.
The best UI design does not simply consist of attractive buttons and icons but is more about matching user needs, psychology and behavior. UX design can help with that. The UX architect conducts needed research to prove a hypothesis about how interfaces should work to better serve user expectations and needs. Based on this, the UI designer decides how it should look to ensure the best possible experience and emotions for the user.
This means that to ensure the best UI design solutions in finance, you need a team with dedicated and experienced UX architects and UI designers. Cool UI design is not about using trendy UI elements; it's about taking into account hundreds of factors that can bring success or failure after the product launch.
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UXDA has received one of the most prestigious design prizes in the world - the IF Design Award. UXDA was awarded in the Service Design category for the voluminous UX transformation of the ITTI Digital core banking solution.
UXDA is proud to become the winner of the prestigious DNA Paris Design Award. We triumphed the category of Graphic design/UI Design competing with the most creative and innovative design works from all around the world.
UXDA has become the Silver A'Design Award winner at the world’s largest and one of the most influential design competitions, gathering designers from more than 100 countries.
Following the success of our article about banking back-office flaws, UXDA dared our team to create never-before-seen banking back-office financial UX designs that would clear a path to a different approach.
There's no doubt - UX design is the key to success in the digital age. We have created a collection of our latest and most refreshing designs to prove - banking can be beautiful, easy-to-use and yet maintain the full functionality.
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There are so many beautiful visualizations of banking interfaces on Dribble and Pinterest. Unfortunately, if you look closer, quite often they are meaningless from the user experience perspective. Many of them are just beautiful animations that ...