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Companies with disruptor culture have the greatest potential. These businesses maximize their chances of success with Value and Design. These elements affect the formation of customer experience within any business. How finance companies can use this knowledge to establish disruptive culture?
UXDA wins two iF Design Awards 2022 with Goalry and Kids Banking App
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.
How can purpose-driven banking save banks from losing millions? The main challenge is how to align banking services and products with a human-centered purpose.
UXDA started 2022 as a Platinum winner in the Financial Marketing category of the Summit International Awards.
Global digitalization and pandemics impacted the insurance industry, due to changes in the customers' behavior and the rapid emergence of insurtech. What are the main digital insurance customer experience trends 2020, and how does insurtech use UX design to implement?
The first metaverse banking UX concept that includes virtual reality banking, augmented reality banking, tablet, desktop, wearable and mobile banking.
Emotional experience, human-centricity and responsible consumption have become a social trend in today's digital world, even in banking and fintech. People deepen the quality of life through purpose-driven business and mindful living.
What is the most valuable thing in any company that can be built and developed over 20 years, but can be destroyed in five minutes? It is brand reputation. To meet the demands of the Metaverse, we need to build a financial brand reputation based on new market rules and a human-centered approach.