This project was an exploration of possibly building an app that allowed users to request payments, which at the time was not included in existing e-wallet apps and payment apps.
UX & UI Design
Various mobile app prototypes
Our company wanted to explore the idea of creating an app that allowed users to request for payment from other people, instead of having to wait for others to send the payment to them instead. We observed that no facility existed yet before where people can request payment from another person with digital means, and for the sender to have flexibility on where they can get the payment from.
What was created
Various designs of the same app idea were created and tested with users of various backgrounds to get feedback on the proof of concept.
App — Version 1
This was mostly the skeleton of the other mockups and prototypes created.
POV of Sender — Version 1
This workflow showcased what the experience would be on the side of the sender, once they were sent a link generated by the Pay2Me app and they proceeded to go through payment.
App — Version 2
This particular version explored including other features in the app, besides just requesting payment. I also incorporated a more upbeat look for it, as a way to set a certain tone for the app for users.
This is the home page for this version of the app. The components we included were as follows:
the latest transaction of the user (and will be blank if there’s no existing transaction yet)
The request payment button to trigger the main action the app has, which is to request payments from another person
The pay bills & pay load button, as a way to showcase that this version would have other functions included with it
A way to view transactions made through the app
A send payment button, to still include the usual use case for processing payments, which is sending payments to other people
App — Version 3
This version is similar to Version 1, but uses a different color palette and has bigger text. The labels are also more verbose, in an effort to make the tone of the app be more casual or conversational.