Strategy, Concept, Web Design, Marketing
The Inbanx team approached us with an idea – a rough idea of how to impact the company spend framework, an impressive and elaborate structure of digital cards and how budgeting and finances were handled at an organizational level. They came to us with a rough layout of what was intended and we worked on wireframing and putting together user flows for how such a tool should actually work in reality.
From that rough idea, we had to come up with the full experience for three different user types. We knew that for the product to work we needed at least three user types, an organization which would be the customer of Inbanx, then an Org. Admin or Manager and then individual spenders. Coming up with the structure needed in order to connect funding accounts, distribute funds to teams within Budgets and monitor spend within those teams is quite the challenge.
We started the project like any other: in Discovery. During discovery we sat down with the Inbanx Team, we talked through the variety of features that were on the table and we helped them streamline what an MVP should look like so that we could prove the concept out in development.
From Discovery we dove into Wireframing and user flows for the three user types. After iterating and getting to a point where we had the screens and functions of the different apps flushed out we dove into designing the application and putting meats to the bones of the wireframes. Part of this was coming up with a design system that worked and properly represented the brand that is “Inbanx”.
The other part was applying that design system and working within certain structures laid out by Tailwind UI so that the development team could use that as a framework to developer faster than from scratch.
We helped Inbanx (and continue to help them) build out the entire product for their MVP and beyond. We are working with them on strategy, direction and implementing best practices for the use cases they are developing.