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UI Design for android

Expense tracking simplified with UI/UX design

We all work hard to make the money we spend. But tracking those spends shouldn't be that hard. The Edelweiss team routinely used expense tracking apps but weren't impressed with the accuracy of third party digital products. Which is where our UI UX team stepped in to design a rather seamless expense tracking mobile app called Edelweiss Wealth Pack.

Dashboard UI UX for expense tracking mobile app

Building an intuitive User Experience

Routine tasks often become instinctive. So we made routine processes intuitive to reduce user inputs. Pre-populating form fields and fetching mini statements from text messages to accurately determine expenditures helped us achieve that. We even enabled suggestive, contextual, and proactive Push Notifications along with personalizing the blog content to each user's spending pattern.

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Building an intuitive User Experience

Routine tasks often become instinctive. So we made routine processes intuitive to reduce user inputs. Pre-populating form fields and fetching mini statements from text messages to accurately determine expenditures helped us achieve that. We even enabled suggestive, contextual, and proactive Push Notifications along with personalizing the blog content to each user's spending pattern.

Seamless UI UX for frictionless expense tracking

In our heuristic analysis, we realized that many such digital products were rather hard to navigate through. We solved that by having users fill just one form field at a time, eliminating all redundant steps, and consolidating expenses from various accounts on a single screen. Users now have to type less, and tap more.

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Petite UI details for grand user delight

Small details like clearer and more legible fonts, bigger text for important information, and bolder call-to-action made a big difference in both usability and customer delight. The data was visualized in shapes as opposed to charts and tables, making it easier to compare and comprehend. All in all, the app featured a very comforting design, minimal content on every screen, and limited colours; collectively reducing cognitive load for users.

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Clear fonts in UI design for readability

Petite UI details for grand user delight

Small details like clearer and more legible fonts, bigger text for important information, and bolder call-to-action made a big difference in both usability and customer delight. The data was visualized in shapes as opposed to charts and tables, making it easier to compare and comprehend. All in all, the app featured a very comforting design, minimal content on every screen, and limited colours; collectively reducing cognitive load for users.


ambient ux design

Time taken

4 weeks

UX Design Process

Key Processes

Information Architecture, Domain knowledge acquisition


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Our Role

Concept Building, User Journey mapping, Application flow design, Experience Design, UI UX

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