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Making money management work for mental health
‘budgit’ is a money management app providing digital banking tools and services that support Barclays customers with everyday banking
Brief Design Challenge: “How can Barclays help vulnerable customers with mental health issues manage their money better?”
Barclays wanted to see how they could help vulnerable customers with mental health issues manage their money better and, in turn, improve their mental well-being, bridging the gap between mind and money through a new digital solution that provides tools and services to support those in need, and their entire customer base, with money management.
Click here to read the full UX Case Study on Medium
Click here to see the project within my portfolio, including the app promo video, an interaction design showcase and more
Click here to access the full app Figma prototype
Click here to access the project deck, including artefacts and a detailed look into my decision-making and design-thinking process
Disclaimer: all official Barclays assets used for this project are purely for educational/project purposes only and do not reflect the intentions of Barclays or any of its affiliates. This project was created as my submission for D&AD’s New Blood Awards 2020 ‘Barclays UI/UX/IxD Digital Service Design’ brief. I, unfortunately, was not one of this year’s winners of a D&AD New Blood Pencil Award, but I’m grateful to have had the opportunity to submit this project and hope to submit more work in the future. To provide context, the app UI and branding were derived from Barclays’ existing ‘pingit’ app, (this is explained in depth within the process deck and the ideation section in this piece).
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