I helped DTransfer to design a user-friendly and comprehensive dashboard for business owners.
The web design process included guidance for the copy and consultancy to provide clarity in a reatively new market.
I developed both the The Front-End and Back-End development using Webflow and custom code.
DTransfer’s mission is to create a tool that helps European and American companies to easily transfer money in countries from Africa and South America.
I had a call with DTransfer team in which we discussed both business model and marketing.
Together with the DTrasnfer team, we establish the personas and ideate a few hypotethical case studies based on their years of experience.
European and American Entrepreneurs who externalize their services to provides from Africa and South America
Freelancers with 6 figures businesses who constantly colalborate with partners around the world.
Our approach was to design the dashboard in a way to create a simple and intuitive experience for a user who needs to maintain a few funnels of payments.
Easy-to-use desktop dashboard
Provide a comprehensive overview of the entire business
DTransfer's website's primary purpose is to communicate the MVP product benefits. As a result, the company needed a website redesign to align its style more with trusted fintech companies such as Paypal or Trasnferwise.
My approach towards the website redesign was to check what was not working and provide more clarity about the product functionalities and benefits. One of the critical activities of this project was to spend time with the team to understand the product better.
My process starts by creating a moodboard and wireframes to ensure everyone understands what is going to be built and how. For DTransfer, I created wireframes that reveal how the wesbite was going to be structured for a great user flow.