I chose to wait and review Shweta only once our design was complete. I had a general idea of what I wanted and Shweta was able to make it come to life. She followed my instructions well and provided multiple design iterations until I was fully satisfied. Currently, Shweta is working with my developer to implement our design. Great work. Timely. Creative. And easy to communicate with.
How ghenadie.dumanovO started their app design journey
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
Accounting & Financial
Our app facilitates card to card transfers between users (payments, money requests, split bills, borrow money). Also, the users are able to create Events to track expenses: one-time events or events that have no deadline, but they are renewed monthly or weekly. The Events are made by a group of users that shares some expenses. For example, some users can create an Event for going to a festival, and they will share the spendings with accommodation, gas. Or maybe they share the household expenses: utilities and the rental fee. In the Event, the users will be able to see who paid one of the expenses, who used the purchased item, and who's in dept and who has to collect the debt.
What do you have in mind for the style and theme of the app?
We would like to be a clean app, as simple as possible, with few colors. Also, we would like to have a dark theme app, a light theme app and a theme that will use blue colors. You can choose one of this directions.
First screen: The Dashboard screen
The dashboard is the place where the user has to be able to have quick access to transfers, split bill feature, the list of who's on debt, transactions history. Also, if the user participates to an event, he/she has to have quick access to that event. In the future, we will add more modules, like mobile top up. So, the dashboard must be designed in a way that will allow us to add quick access to more modules.
The second screen: The Event home screen
In this screen, the users will be able to see the event name, add spendings button, the list of users that participate in the event, how much the users owe from the total spent within the event. For this one, you'll find an attachment with a screen made by us for a mockup prototype.