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UI/UX case study: How can Venmo streamline group payments?

by Selene Vitela
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With over 40 million users, Venmo has mastered being an application that allows people to easily make payments and requests. However, it lacks group functionality.

Introduction

Framing the Problem

User Research
usage by age
User Research Takeaways

Implemented Design

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Custom design
Left Screen
Right Screen
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Custom design
Usability Testing

Conclusion

What are the next steps?
Future Features
post authorSelene Vitela

Selene Vitela,

My name is Selene Vitela and I am a UX Designer. As a current undergraduate student at the University of Virginia studying psychology and entrepreneurship, I am fascinated with understanding people and the choices they make. I focus on creating meaningful user experiences through technology, design, and user research. 

Beginning in August, I will be helping teach a UX design class with a company called Hackcville and will also be working with a team to solve UX problems for companies in Charlottesville. Feel free to reach out to me at [email protected]

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