Monnote to fit your lifestyle
mobile application designed to help students to manage their finances.
This is the first plane, “the foundation of a successful user experience”. It defines both what businesses and users want to get out of the product. Sounds simple, but this has to be clear and straightforward. Every decision in the process has to be backed up by this definition. It’s also essential at this astage to define the success metrics, indicators that will be used to track whether the product is meeting the right objectives.
so, to fit your lifestyle
1. your financial planner
by selecting the required goals and fill the bill every month, you will know the daily spending limit.
2. no excess money spent
we notify you when your daily expnese is on limit.
3. direct financial record
while you pay you get notes.
At this stage the scope turns into a conceptual structure of the product, which cares about how the system behaves in response to the user. It’s also about the arrangement of elements that will facilitate the understanding of the user about the product being designed. It’s important to define which options patterns and sequences will be presented to users, how they will perform and complete tasks focusing on delivering the right information to the user.
Here the structure is further refined, where aspects of interface, navigation and information design will be identified. This will “make the intangible structure concrete”.
intro. income expense.
optional coin. daily coin.
Here is where “content, functionality, and aesthetics come together to produce a finished design that pleases the senses while fulfilling all the goals of the other four planes”. You need to decide how the design will be presented. Depending on the product designed, difference senses (vision, hearing, touch, smell, and taste) should be used.