October Meet-up UX Design in Fintech/Banking

Event Info

Thu 26 Oct, 2017 from 6:30am - 8:30am
IdeaLondon, 69 Wilson St, EC2A 2BB
69 Wilson St,
London, EC2A 2BB, UK
Cost: £6.84

Description

Ranzie Anthony  – 10 Principles for UX design in Fintech

Ranzie is an experienced Creative Director with a passion for design, technology and innovation. Graduating with a degree in Graphic Design, he started his career at Deepend, an early digital agency. In 1998 he founded Tonic, an award-winning digital design and brand agency who’s clients included Sony, Vodafone, MTV, Toshiba and British Council.

He ran Tonic for 12 years prior to selling to a large agency network. He has held creative director positions at advertising and branding agencies including Grey London, Purpose and Instinctif Partners.

He is currently co-founder and Chief Creative Officer of Athlon, a 75 person design and technology agency with offices in London, New York and Sofia. Athlon works at the intersection of design, brand strategy and technology to help accelerate product innovation.

Financial organisations are facing significant disruption as new challengers and technologies change the way that people engage with products. To move quickly and manage change, product owner and development teams need to work closer than ever.

We’ll share our experience on how UX design can help bring these two teams together and why it’s even more important given changing trends that we see this year.

 

Richard Bretschneider – How to make a really bad first impression with your multibanking app

Richard Bretschneider is a Senior User Experience Consultant at eresult GmbH in Germany. He is an internationally working specialist for Usability & Prototyping of both graphical and voice user interfaces.

Recently he held talks at IRCAM (Paris), DesInc Forum at the University of Sussex (England) and the HCI International Conference in Los Angeles (USA). At night you will probably find him writing the music for Indie films or building crazy musical instruments.

Earlier this year Richard conducted a multibanking study to compare how six different apps onboard their users. The result was quite disillusioning. Most app developers seemed to focus on their banking backend but forgot about their users. This talk is not only about how to make a really bad impression with your multibanking app but also about how to avoid it.


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