The iPhone app of my German credit institute really isn't a feast for the eyes, and on top of iOS 7's flat interface it now feels even more misplaced. This made me think about what I would imagine an ideal banking app to look like, and decided to give it a spin for the sake of some general iOS 7 exercise.
I started with a little bit of research on existing mobile banking solutions and found that most apps seem to be lacking a straightforward way to get an overview over your funds. Instead, you're mostly thrown right into the transaction history or other features you don't need when all you want is a quick glance at how your accounts are doing.
So my first goal was to get that straightforwardness in there; this overview screen is the result. It provides an at-a-glance view of your total and individual accounts’ balances without any unnecessary features being in the way. Also, it visualizes how your accounts have fluctuated within a recent period of time (week, month or year).
Be sure to check out the @2x size, as well as the attached real pixels. Any feedback would be much appreciated! I'll try to upload some more screens later this week, so stay tuned!
7 months ago
Great work, the graph is awesome, I like how you've managed to keep it clean in a tight space.
Looking great, richboy :)
Nice clean work!
Yes, looks great Jona!
@Mike Really glad to hear that, thanks!
@Filip Danke, wenn das mal mein eigner Kontostand wär :D
@Dan @Jesse @JAWA₯ Thanks a lot!
Macht nen guten Eindruck :)
@Andreas Besten Dank!
Some more screens of my banking app project: the Side Menu (real pixels) and the Transaction View (real pixels).
The transaction list follows a similar approach as the overview screen from my previous shot, which is to provide an at-a-glance view of what's been going on with your money. Therefore, activity of all accounts is combined into one unified activity feed, while the colors indicate which account each transaction belongs to. If desired, a dropdown in the navigation bar can be used to switch to a single account's activity list. Finally, the graph at the bottom visualizes the balance between received and spent money.
Please check out both screens' real pixels in the attachments. Thanks for your time :)
6 months ago
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